The ether war: hostile intelligence activities directed against Radio Free Europe, Radio Liberty, and the émigré community in Munich during the Cold War

@article{Cummings2008TheEW,
  title={The ether war: hostile intelligence activities directed against Radio Free Europe, Radio Liberty, and the {\'e}migr{\'e} community in Munich during the Cold War},
  author={Richard H. Cummings},
  journal={Journal of Transatlantic Studies},
  year={2008},
  volume={6},
  pages={168-182}
}
  • R. Cummings
  • Published 8 August 2008
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Transatlantic Studies
This article traces hostile intelligence service activity, ranging from espionage to murder, from the Warsaw Pact countries directed against exiles working for the American sponsored radio stations Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty in Munich, Germany, 1950–89. 

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