Soviet Intelligence

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Lee Pressman - Biography - Espionage Allegations
... "Ware group" of Communist government officials supplying information to the secret Soviet intelligence network ... In 1948, Anatoly Gorsky, former chief of Soviet intelligence operations in the United States, listed Pressman, code-named "Vig," among the Soviet sources likely ... authorities as a result of the defection of Soviet courier Elizabeth Bentley three years earlier ...
Able Archer 83/Archive1 - Exercise Able Archer 83
... Thus, on November 2, 1983, as Soviet intelligence services were attempting to detect the early signs of a nuclear attack, NATO began to simulate one ... Some Soviet leaders, because of the preceding world events and the exercise's particularly realistic nature, believed—in accordance with Soviet military doctrine—that the exercise ... one likely scenario as such Another illusory indicator likely noticed by Soviet analysts was an influx of ciphered communications between the United Kingdom and the United States ...
Communist Party USA - Relations With Other Groups - Soviet Funding and Espionage
... until 1989, when Gus Hall attacked the initiatives taken by Mikhail Gorbachev in the Soviet Union, the CPUSA received a substantial subsidy from the Soviet Union ... Releases from the Soviet archives show that all national Communist parties that conformed to the Soviet line were funded in the same fashion ... of CPUSA members in espionage for the Soviet Union ...
Alexander Koral
... States (CPUSA) who headed a network of spies for Soviet intelligence during World War II called the "Art" or "Berg" group ... to him”, at the time of Elizabeth Bentley's defection and the Soviet networks were being compromised ... Koral identified Semyon Semenov as one of his contacts in Soviet intelligence to whom he had delivered materials ...
I. F. Stone - Allegations of Being A Soviet Agent - 2009 Klehr, Haynes, and Vassiliev Book
... Haynes, and Vassiliev claim that Stone "assisted Soviet intelligence on a number of tasks, ranging from doing some talent spotting, acting as a courier by relaying information to other agents ... that Stone broke with the KGB after the Nazi-Soviet Pact of 1939 and they speculate that later Soviet contacts were in the nature of trying to reactivate the previous relationship ... Stone consciously cooperated with Soviet intelligence from 1936 through 1938 ...

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