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Soviet Spy Manual: Target America- How the Reds Perceive Americans
Soviet Spy Manual: Target America
How the Reds Perceive Americans
© 2010
140 pages; 12 chapters
Soviet Spy Manual: Target America was written by KGB HQ for those KGB
officers who were assigned as spies to America. The e-book includes most of what
they need to know, but it is incomplete in the high tech gadgetry department, since
that material was contained in another
spy manual. Soviet Spy Manual: Target
America
is interesting in many ways. Of course, it includes the 'Moscow Rules'
framed approach to
spy tradecraft (see QuikManeuvers.com's Moscow Rules),
but it also strips naked the American mass persona without apology or political
correctness. This means that the reader gets two manuals in one; a
spy manual
and a report on American culture, both are found in Soviet Spy Manual: Target
America.
Review Table of Contents
"The factor of time has always played an important role in agent operations. Under modern conditions, when our potential
enemy may be secretly preparing for a war with widespread use of nuclear missiles weapons and intends to launch a
surprise attack on the Russian Federation. and other countries of the socialist camp, this factor has become even more
important.
Therefore it is necessary to work out in advance, during peacetime, a reliable system of communications techniques
which an agent can use to inform the Center instantly about enemy measures directed towards and unleashing a sudden
war.
To transmit these messages one must use the most modern and most highly developed and secure electronic
technology, which should be improved on continually."
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