Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Mitrokhin II: Other revelations

The History News Network interviews Christopher Andrew (co-author of The Mitrokhin Archives - see below).

Blog sampling re: Mitrokhin...
Cuban-American Pundits asserts that American travelers helped KGB agents obtain identity documents in the late 60's (though Castro was not too keen on having gay and lesbian allies).

The Jawa Report wonders if Cubans were responsible for killing Socialist Chilean President Salvadore Allende in 1973. Asserting the same, Swimming Against the Red Tide promotes a new book about to be published in France,"Cuba Nostra - Les Secrets D'Etat de Fidel Castro" by Alain Ammar.

Civil Defense League notes that the KGB considered releasing radioactive material in Tokyo Bay in the late 1960s.

Finally, Sepia Mutiny on how the KGB fully infiltrated Indira Gandhi's government in the 1970s with suitcases of money.


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