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The Mitrokhin Archive: the KGB in Europe and the West

  title={The Mitrokhin Archive: the KGB in Europe and the West},
  author={Christopher M. Andrew and Vasili Mitrokhin},
The Mitrokhin archive from Lenin's Cheka to Stalin's OGPU the great illegals the magnificent five terror war the grand alliance victory from war to Cold War the main adversary - part 1, North American illegals in the 1950s the main adversary - part 2, walk-ins and legal residencies in the early Cold War the main adversary - part 3, illegals after "Abel" the main adversary -part 4, walk-ins and legal residencies in the later Cold War political warfare - active measures and the main adversary… 
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