Postwar Soviet Espionage - a Bibliography

Soviet espionage, 1945-1961, indexed by country and cases,
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Soviet Espionage              
4.   DERIABIN, Peter, and Frank Gibney      
      The Secret World.      
  Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1959.  
     This autobiography is chiefly concerned with Deriabin's work in Soviet intelligence, both at its Moscow headquarters and in Vienna. It describes the Soviet intelligence organization and its espionage and terrorist operations. Deriabin defected in 1954. See also his testimony before the Internal Security Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary: Communist Controls on Religious Activity, May 5, 1959; and his testimony before the House Committee on Un-American Activities: The Kremlin's Espionage and Terror Organizations, March 17, 1959.
5. MENNEVEE, Roger            
  Les Services Secrets Soviétiques: Evolution et Méthodes d'Action (1917-1957).
  Paris: Les Documents Politiques, Diplomatiques et Financiers, 1957.
    This volume is a compilation from the monthly issues of Les Documents Politiques, Diplomatiques et Financiers, which chronicles disclosures of Soviet espionage activities throughout the world. Later
  cases are covered in several subsequent issues of the monthly.
6. NOEL-BAKER, Francis          
  The Spy Web: A Study of Communist Espionage.  
  London: The Batchworth Press, 1954.  
    These studies include several Soviet espionage cases--the wartime Sorge case in Japan, the Canadian affair, the Vavoudes group in Greece, and the Andersson case in Sweden.
7. SMITH, Colonel Truman        
  The Infamous Record of Soviet Espionage.    
   In: Reader's Digest, 77: 36-42, August 1960.    
    This article gives a short account of several cases of Soviet espionage and other intelligence activity in various parts of the world. Col. Smith has had a long career in U.S. military intelligence service, and his material here is authoritative.
    Communist Forgeries. Hearing Before the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the     
    Internal  Security Act and other Internal Security Laws. Eighty-seventh Congress, First Session. June 2,
    1961  .
    Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1961
  . Testimony of Richard Helms, Assistant Director, Central Intelligence Agency, concerning the preparation by the Soviet and other Communist intelligence services of fabricated intelligence reports, forgeries, distortions of genuine documents, and false news articles for intelligence and propaganda purposes.

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