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Douglas Reed

Disgrace Abounding (1945)

Disgrace Abounding (1945) by Douglas Reed

Douglas Reed (1895 – 1976) was a British journalist, playwright, novelist and author of a number of books of political analysis. He was The Times correspondent in South-eastern Europe during which he was witness to the prevailing political machinations and social conditions.

His book Insanity Fair (193...

G.P. Fedotoff

The Russian Church Since The Revolution (1928)

The Russian Church Since The Revolution (1928) by G.P. Fedotoff

From The PREFACE

 
After a total suspension of news from Russia lasting between twenty-four and forty-eight hours, news reached England of the Revolution and the abdication of the Tsar. I remember going to my club and witnessing the enthusiasm of the members: Have you heard the g...

W G Kravitsky

In Stalins Secret Service (1939)

In Stalins Secret Service (1939) by W G Kravitsky

From the Introduction

THE evening of May 22, 1987, I boarded a train in Moscow to return to my post in The Hague as Chief of the Soviet Military Intelligence in Western Europe. I little realized then that I was seeing my last of Russia so long as Stalin is her master. For nearly twenty years I...

Kenneth Goff

Confessions of Stalin's Agent (1948)

Confessions of Stalin's Agent (1948) by Kenneth Goff

From the Introduction

I was born and raised in a conservative southern Wisconsin community.

While working on a weekly newspaper in 1935, I received a letter through the FERA informing me that I could attend without cost, a "Worker's School" at the University of Wisconsin. I accepted the of...

Foreign Relations

Foreign Relations - 1946 - Volume 5 - Europe (1946)

Foreign Relations - 1946 - Volume 5 - Europe (1946) by Foreign Relations

Declassified documentation detailing the post World War Two situation, including Soviets caught and arrested wearing German uniforms - this is related to the 'false-flag' crimes they committed on The Eastern Front.

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