methods of the OGPU

by Vladīmir Krīstianovīch Brunovskiĭ

Publisher: Harper in London

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  • Soviet Union. -- Obʺedinennoe gosudarstvennoe politicheskoe upravlenie.,
  • Prisons -- Soviet Union.

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Statementby Vladimir Brunovsky.
LC ClassificationsDK268.B7 A3, DK268.B7 A3
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 255 p.
Number of Pages255
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17936148M
LC Control Number32000453

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Last year and earlier this year, Michael Weiss, The Interpreter’s founding editor, published a series of four articles (here and here) in the Daily Beast on hitherto secret KGB training manuals.

While some Western intelligence agencies or government specialists may have had some of the manuals in the past, they were not made available to the general public until now.

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We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. CHAPTER PAGE i The Birth of the Cheka. 3: Comrade Uritsky. First Steps Taken by the Cheka. In this volume Mitrokhin presents two dictionaries produced by the KGB itself to define their activities in both offensive and defensive intelligence work.

The translated documents tell the story of the KGB's methods and targets and. Hardback book The Methods of the OGPU by Vladimir Brunovsky. Memoir of conditions in the Lubyanka prison in the 's.

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The book is Volume 2 in the "OGPU - NKVD Agency Awards" series. This groundbreaking and comprehensive research covers all aspects of the VChK - OGPU XV Anniversary award.

The XV Anniversary badge (or "Egg" as it is often referred to by Russian collectors) was the highest decoration of the Soviet secret police from until the introduction of Seller Rating: % positive. The Cheka’s immediate successor was the OGPU (Unified State Political Administration).

After taking control of the Communist Party in and later becoming de facto dictator of the Soviet Union, Stalin used the OGPU to implement mass collectivisation and deportations of the kulaks (wealthy peasants) in the early s.

The NKVD, or People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs (Russian: Народный комиссариат внутренних дел), was created shortly after the October Revolution, but inherited an overwhelming number of duties from its Imperial predecessor, the MVD.

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‎The infamous KGB of Cold War renown was the successor to a series of equally lethal state security agencies that date from the early days of the Russian Revolution: the Cheka, OGPU, NKVD and MVD. Stalin s Secret Police begins by describing the harsh state security used by the despotic Tsars from the.

With kidnapping methods Cheka was able to extinguish numerous cases of discontent especially among the rural population. Among the notorious ones was the Tambov rebellion. Villages were bombarded to complete annihilation like in the case of – Cheka under SNK of the RSFSR, (All. Soviet Of Badge- Years Early Ogpu,kgb,militia X-rare 10 Ussr Russian X-rare Early Soviet $ [] Russia, Ogpu, Camp Money, 5 Kopeks,Pick Unl [] Russia.

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Cheka, the first incarnation of the Soviet secret police (NKVD), was established on. This book completes almost a decade of research by Paul Hagenloh on the Soviet police in Stalin’s USSR. This is a crucial book for our understanding of Soviet repression.

The main aim of Paul Hagenloh (and, in many ways, of David Shearer who has been working on the same topics, and published an almost as interesting book at the same time) was to work on the regular Author: François-Xavier Nérard.

in the Far East (BAM) were turned over to the OGPU; in Novem-ber the OGPU formed the Ukhta-Pechora Trust for the pur-pose of organizing coal and oil production and the development of other resources in the Pechora Basin.

Prisoners and administra-tors who became available after completion of the BBK were transferred to the Volga-Moskva Canal. I can recommend you a very good book which descriptes methods of NKVD (OGPU in s). It is called "Eden garden" (I don't know how to translate it properly, in ukrainian it is "Сад Гетсиманський"), the author is Ivan Bagryaniy.

Bagryanyi was repressed in s, and this book depicts his life in soviet prison. Snyder’s book, while controversial itself the renamed version of the OGPU, the secret police spearhead of his genocidal policies.

by suggesting even that Hitler’s murderous methods Author: Ron Rosenbaum. Leon Trotsky, Dupe of the NKVD, Rita T. Kornenbitter. It is generally agreed among students of the Soviet secret services that the principal aim of the OGPU and its sequel, the NKVD, through most of the 's was the destruction of Leon Trotsky, his family, his aides, and other promoters of the Fourth International.

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Stalin did not act alone. The mass executions, the mock trials, the betrayals and purges, the jailings and secret torture that ravaged the Soviet Union during the three decades of Stalin’s dictatorship, were the result of a tight network of trusted henchmen (and women), spies, psychopaths, and thugs.THE SECRET ROAD TO WORLD WAR TWO: SOVIET VERSUS WESTERN INTELLIGENCE, By Paul W.

Blackstock. This book has grave defects. For the most part they result from two of the author's characteristics. The first of these is that he is insufficiently grounded in intelligence, or insufficiently critical, to make discriminating judgments about his sources.