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Contents Acknowledgments Preface Principal Figures in the Book 1 Kennedy Killed by a "Serzhant" 2 Moscow's Operation Dragon 3 First Hard Evidence of the PGU's Hand 4 Recruiting a Serzhant 5 A "Defector" 6 Recruitment in Japan 7 An Ideal Agent 8 Working for the PGU 9 A Secret Trip to Moscow 10 Soviet Citizenship Denied 11 Bogus Documents 12 Khrushchev Declares War on Kennedy 13 May Day in Moscow 14 Assassination Becomes a Tool of Foreign Policy 15 Testing the Waters 16 Prelude to Repatriation 17 Marina 18 A Foothold in Texas 19 The Commo Plan 20 Oswald's Best Friend 21 The Background of an Illegal Officer 22 Trained to Make Friends, Not Money 23 The Friend's PGU Role 24 A Shift in Plans 25 Khrushchev's Final Humiliation 26 Oswald Goes It Alone 27 The Dry Run 28 A Game of Jai Alai 29 Plans for Kennedy's Visit 30 Moscow's Cold Shoulder 31 Disappointment in Mexico City 32 The Lone Assassin 33 The Silence of the Grave 34 The Cuban Contribution 35 Nosenko's Testimony 36 A Tangled Web of Deception 37 Death of a Hit Man 38 Operation Dragon Lives On Connecting the Dots Notes Index
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Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 -- Assassination.
Oswald, Lee Harvey.
Soviet Union. Komitet gosudarstvennoµi bezopasnosti.
Espionage, Soviet -- United States -- History.