Inside Soviet Military Intelligence

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Inside Soviet Military Intelligence

By Viktor Suvorov
Macmillan, 1984
208 pp. $15.95

Carrying on with his revelations about the Soviet military establishment (see Inside the Soviet Army, noted in Foreign Affairs, Winter 1983/84), a former Soviet army officer draws a portrait of the military intelligence apparatus and how it works, especially its balancing role in relation to the Party and the KGB. Presumably Western intelligence agencies can judge this information, much of it quite detailed; the rest of us will have to take it on the author's say-so.

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