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Contents List of Illustrations Acknowledgements Introduction Notes on Terminology 1. The "Invisible Front" 2. Death to Spies, Defensive Counterintelligence Operations 3. "The World Will Hold Its Breath:" Barbarossa, 22 June 1941 Arrests of German Agents The Informant System Organization and Size of the Informant Networks Rear Area Security Sealing the Rear The War of Documents Detecting Suspicious Persons The Search for Fascist Agents Terror Incorporated Defeat of the Abwehr 4. Soviet Offensive Counterintelligence Operations Double-Agent Operations Radio Games Recruiting Intelligence Officers Sabotage, Kidnapping and Assassination 5. German Intelligence and Counterintelligence Operations The Abwehr and the German Intelligence Problem in Russia The "Baun Agency" (Agent Operations "Set the East Ablaze" (Sabotage and Sedition) Schm Schmalschlaeger's Spy Catchers (Counterintelligence) The "Gehlen" Organization (Fremde Heere Ost 6. Operation Monastery and "Case Klatt" 7. Operations Berezino and Zeppelin 8. The Sword and Shield Appendices A. Soviet Organization for Secret War B. Chronology of the Soviet Security Services: 1917-1990 C. Chiefs of the Soviet Security Services: 1917-1990 D. Chronology of Soviet Military Counterintelligence: 1917-1990 E. German Organization for Secret War Notes Selected Bibliography Index A photo gallery follows chapter 4.
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: World War, 1939-1945 Military intelligence Soviet Union, World War, 1939-1945 Deception Soviet Union, Military intelligence Germany History 20th century