L’Archivio Mitrokhin. Le attività segrete del KGB in Occidente has ratings and 88 reviews. Il 24 marzo Vasilij Mitrokhin, archivista del KGB f. : L’Archivio Mitrokhin. Le attività segrete del KGB in Occidente ( ) and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible. L’archivio Mitrokhin: le attività segrete del KGB in occidente: con un’appendice sui documenti dell’Archivio Mitrokhin in Italia. Front Cover. Christopher Andrew.

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Thousands of leads from Mr. The former Indian counter-terrorism chief, Bahukutumbi Ramanpointed out that Mitrokhin did not bring mitrokhib the original documents or photocopies.

The Committee expressed concern because the Secret Intelligence Service MI6 knew the names of some spies years before the publication of the book, but decided not to prosecute them without informing the proper prosecuting authorities.

During the Prague Spring events in Czechoslovakia, Andropov was a vigorous proponent of “extreme measures”. The Sword and the Shield: Thanks for telling us about the problem. In he gave a lecture where he made statements that contradicted mitroohin claims.

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The future Russian Archivik Alexius II said that Rodina was created to “maintain spiritual ties with our compatriots” and mitdokhin help organize them. As with the first, Mitrokhin has a co-author, Christopher Andrew, an historian who enjoys close ties with Britain’s security and intelligence services. The main message the reader comes away with after plowing through almost a thousand pages is the same one gleaned from the earlier books: There are no discussion topics on this book yet.


Celsa Wentz rated it did not like it Sep 20, David rated it did not like it Oct 19, Reproduced in [1] Internet Archive copy. The books purport to provide details about many of the Soviet Union ‘s clandestine intelligence operations around the world.

KGB in Europepage The Perversion Of Knowledge: Quotes from L’archivio Mitrokhin. After a further meeting one month later with representatives of MI6, operations followed to retrieve the 25, pages of files hidden in his house, covering operations from as far back as the s.

But he clarifies that he did not let people know that he was a KGB agent and that his relationships with them did not involve intelligence. Still, the overall impact of this volume is convincing, though none of the material will send historians scurrying to rewrite their books. As a result, our intelligence and security agencies, in co-operation with allied Governments, have been able to put a stop to many security threats.

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For instance, the authors tell how the K. Howard Hunt, the former C. The True Story of Soviet Science. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.


The weapons were delivered by the KGB vessel Kursograf. It was long winded and boring with too many names and code names. Through the Eyes of the Enemy: According to Mitrokhin’s notes, Soviet security organizations played key roles in establishing puppet Communist governments in Eastern Europe and Afghanistan.

Like Raman, she expressed bewilderment as to how Mitrokhin could have acquired access to the documents and was able to copy them unnoticed—”incredibly, given the rigorous security rules in all Soviet archives”—as well as take the archive to a Baltic country unhindered. Retrieved from ” https: By the late s, the KGB headquarters at the Lubyanka Building became increasingly overcrowded, and the Chairman of the KGB, Yuri Andropovauthorized the construction of a new building outside of Moscow in Yasenevowhich was to become the new headquarters of the First Chief Directorate and all Foreign Operations.

Stacey rated it did not like it Jul 30, The publication of the books provoked parliamentary inquiries in the UK, Italy, and India.