The KGB in Eastern Europe during the Cold War: On Agents and Confidential Contacts

@article{deJong2005TheKI,
  title={The KGB in Eastern Europe during the Cold War: On Agents and Confidential Contacts},
  author={Ben H. J. de Jong},
  journal={Journal of Intelligence History},
  year={2005},
  volume={5},
  pages={103 - 85}
}
Gloria Reyes, Cologne, Germany, for their critical remarks on an earlier version of this article. 1 Unless clearly otherwise indicated, “Eastern Europe” refers to the countries of the former Soviet bloc that belonged to the Warsaw Pact, i.e. Yugoslavia and Albania are excluded. In this article, I will only discuss Soviet intelligence activities in Eastern Europe after the Second World War. 2 Former KGB general Nikolai Leonov writes in his memoirs that the KGB had no official representative in… 

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