An expert on Russia discovered that bureaucrats and spies secretly gathered to watch Soviet movies
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Eva Dillon's memoir, 'Spies in the Family,' reveals the untold personal side to the American and Soviet spies who helped avert nuclear war.
The British Prime Minister, David Cameron, is fond of telling a story that he was apparently once approached to become a Cold War Russian spy during his gap-year travels in the Soviet Union. But, in a somewhat obvious snub, a Russia...
“Nowadays, we tend to place spies into a cold war narrative: East vs. West, intrigue around the Berlin Wall, Graham Greene’s Vienna, and George Smiley’s London. But the first and most successful Soviet spies emerged much earlier.” R...
Mr. Hoffman’s new book adds more details about how and why the Soviet radar expert Adolf Tolkachev secretly sided with the C.I.A. against the K.G.B.