The KGB and Soviet Disinformation: An Insider's View

[Ladislav Bittman] ↠ The KGB and Soviet Disinformation: An Insiders View ☆ Read Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. The KGB and Soviet Disinformation: An Insiders View I thought thats what you said. according to Ciprian E. Ivanof. Ladislav Bittman brings his own experience and attitude to the world of Disinformation. In a world rife with paranoiac conspiracy theorists (the Americans have a control room where they command the stock market! Jewish bankers control everything!) and actual conspirators (the German Red Army Faction was active around the time), he lays out the basics of disinformation ranging from why to how.Having been in Czechoslovak. LioNiN

The KGB and Soviet Disinformation: An Insider's View

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Rating : 4.38 (696 Votes)
Asin : 0080315720
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 216 Pages
Publish Date : 0000-00-00
Language : English

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A Czech intelligence defector provides names, places and details of Soviet and Czech spy operations.

"I thought that's what you said." according to Ciprian E. Ivanof. Ladislav Bittman brings his own experience and attitude to the world of Disinformation. In a world rife with paranoiac conspiracy theorists ("the Americans have a control room where they command the stock market!" "Jewish bankers control everything!") and actual conspirators (the German Red Army Faction was active around the time), he lays out the basics of disinformation ranging from why to how.Having been in Czechoslovak. LioNiNoiL said the definitive book on Soviet disinformation. This "the definitive book on Soviet disinformation" according to LioNiNoiL. This 226-page volume of indexed and footnoted memoirs by former Czechoslovakian intelligence operative Ladislav Bittman contains the details of Soviet disinfomation methods, and describes the "purposeful and cunning games played in Washington to manipulate politicians, governmental bureaucrats, and the press". Chapter 1 is titled, "Recollections of a Former Perpetrator", but this book goes far beyond being merely a diary, . "the definitive book on Soviet disinformation" according to LioNiNoiL. This 226-page volume of indexed and footnoted memoirs by former Czechoslovakian intelligence operative Ladislav Bittman contains the details of Soviet disinfomation methods, and describes the "purposeful and cunning games played in Washington to manipulate politicians, governmental bureaucrats, and the press". Chapter 1 is titled, "Recollections of a Former Perpetrator", but this book goes far beyond being merely a diary, . 6-page volume of indexed and footnoted memoirs by former Czechoslovakian intelligence operative Ladislav Bittman contains the details of Soviet disinfomation methods, and describes the "purposeful and cunning games played in Washington to manipulate politicians, governmental bureaucrats, and the press". Chapter 1 is titled, "Recollections of a Former Perpetrator", but this book goes far beyond being merely a diary, . Now is a very good peace of information regarding the cold war times through Elsa Rodrigues Read it a long time ago, in the 80's and it was very enlightning then. Now is a very good peace of information regarding the cold war times through the russian eyes. I still recommend it for those who did not live the cold war and the classic espionage wars between East and West, back then.

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