The problem with glass houses: The soviet recruitment and deployment of SS men as spies and saboteurs

@article{Biddiscombe2000ThePW,
  title={The problem with glass houses: The soviet recruitment and deployment of SS men as spies and saboteurs},
  author={Perry Biddiscombe},
  journal={Intelligence and National Security},
  year={2000},
  volume={15},
  pages={131 - 145}
}
Although the Soviets were often quick to charge the Western Powers with coddling German Nazis and with exploiting former SS men for selfish and amoral purposes, material from the US National Archives suggests that their intelligence service did the same thing and perhaps started the practice even earlier than their Western counterparts. One key report, based on the 1946 admissions of an ex‐SS man who had been captured on the Eastern Front and was then recruited by the Soviets for a subversive… Expand
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