Ratakatu 12. Suojelupoliisi 1949–2009

  title={Ratakatu 12. Suojelupoliisi 1949–2009},
  author={Niklas Jensen-Eriksen},
  journal={Scandinavian Journal of History},
  pages={499 - 500}
Spying is a complex business, and nowhere was this more true than in Cold War Finland. This new history of Suojelupoliisi (Supo), the Finnish security police, offers us a fresh and fascinating perspective on the way that this organization manoeuvred between the intelligence agencies of East and West during the second half of the 20th century. The book was commissioned by Supo, but it was mainly written by professional historians. It contains chapters on the history of Supo and its predecessors… 

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