Originally published 07/28/2017
KGB defector Yuri Nosenko was imprisoned after the CIA grew suspicious of claims he had intimate information regarding the assassination.
Originally published 09/20/2016
John A. Nagy
Concerned about spies from the beginning of the war, his policy was to feed them false information.
Originally published 09/26/2014
In World War II these Two British Sisters Worked as Spies. Then the War Ended and so Did Their Chance for a Liberated Life
If caught the female agents were given the same treatment as their male counterparts. Many of the women were captured, some were tortured and others executed.
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