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During the talk to members of the Stasi, recently discovered by the BBC, he described his successes and urged colleagues to “deny everything.”
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Only now can her story be told.
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The strange case of Samuel Dickstein.
SOURCE: The Toronto Sun
Despite being the foundation of modern North American spy training, surviving structures were razed in 1969.
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