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In Stalinís Secret Service: Memoirs of the First Soviet Master Spy to Defect
W.G. Krivitsky (au); Sam Tanenhaus (in). Krivitsky was the first high-ranking Soviet intelligence official to defect & reveal his secrets in 1939. Europe was too dangerous for him to hide in. He was convinced he would be safe in America. But he was trapped by all the secrets he carried with him. Krivitsky had run a network of agents in almost every country in Europe. Stalin had to act quickly to protect his vast espionage network. From that moment on there would be no escape from the Soviet assassination squad. Krivitskyís first-hand account as the top Soviet espionage officer in western Europe & his ultimate defection is a fundamental document of the crisis preceding WW2. It reveals the horrors of Stalinís Great Terror as the dictator purged the ranks of the Soviet hierarchy. Photos.
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