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by John Barron

Free eBook K. G. B. Today download ISBN: 0340349425
Author: John Barron
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd; 1st.ed. edition (March 1, 1984)
Language: English
Pages: 490
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The details of subversion provided by John Barron are even relevant today because there are actually more Russian . Today, the KGB no longer exists in the same form, with the same threat as described in this well written book.

The details of subversion provided by John Barron are even relevant today because there are actually more Russian spies in this country NOW than during the Cold War. Excellent expose! To get the big picture about the present day see THE COLLAPSE OF COMMUNISM: THE UNTOLD STORY. Tyranny, however, is still a serious threat and the methods used by the KGB: deception, "useful idiots", embedded agents who hid as normal citizens until needed - all of these are used by Islamic Fascists.

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This book contains the author's preface, chapters pertaining to the history of the KGB, appendix A & B, and chapter notes. The hardcover is in good condition, there is a bit of shelf wear along the edges and corners. The pages are in good condition.

John Daniel Barron (January 26, 1930 - February 24, 2005) was an American journalist and investigative writer. He wrote several books about Soviet espionage via the KGB and other agencies. John Barron was born January 26, 1930, in Wichita Falls, Texas, the son of a Methodist minister. He graduated from the University of Missouri and studied Russian at the United States Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. He served in Berlin as a naval intelligence officer.

I was so blown away by this book I had to meet Viktor in person and now count him as a personal friend. John Barron is an excellent author and did a first class job of writing Viktor’s story. The book is factual in every respect and is difficult to put down once started. In addition to an exciting escape story it reveals why the Soviet Union had to collapse of its own ineptitude, deceit, and corruption. It details humorous incidents such as army pilots’ mess-hall riots due to bad food.

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Published March 1, 1984 by Hodder & Stoughton Ltd.

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K. Today: the Hidden Hand (New York: Reader's Digest Press, 1983). Bloch, Jonathan, and Fitzgerald, Patrick. British Intelligence and Covert Action (Dublin: Brandon Books, 1983). Bose, Herbert von. Verdun Galizien Somme, Isonzo. Very Special Intelligence (London: Sphere, 1978).

Documenting the structure, programs, and personnel of the KGB, this book profiles Yuri Andropov, former KGB head and subsequently leader of the U.S.S.R., and closely examines KGB activities in the U.S., Japan, and around the world
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Skiletus
This book's publication 30 years ago caused the removal of hundreds of KGB agents. The details of subversion provided by John Barron are even relevant today because there are actually more Russian spies in this country NOW than during the Cold War. Excellent expose! To get the big picture about the present day see THE COLLAPSE OF COMMUNISM: THE UNTOLD STORY
Nnulam
John Barron is the leading expert on the KGB
DireRaven
Great book great book
Ballazan
When I first read this book, the Soviet Union was still a major threat. Today, the KGB no longer exists in the same form, with the same threat as described in this well written book. Tyranny, however, is still a serious threat and the methods used by the KGB: deception, "useful idiots", embedded agents who hid as normal citizens until needed - all of these are used by Islamic Fascists. Americans would be well served to read this book with an eye on the terrorists from Iran, Syria, and tribes waging war from myriad other Muslim countries.
Cemav
Great insights on the KGB structure with interviews of 3 defectors, Major Stanislav Aleksandrovich Levchenko who escaped in a MiG, Colonel Rudolf Herrmann, and Canadian Professor Hugh George Hambleton. It was amazing to learn that there are 400,000 KGB agents and that the KGB spends so much money stealing information instead of developing it themselves. I plan on reading 4 of his other books that all got 5 stars.