KGB DEFECTOR YURI BEZMENOV'S WARNING TO AMERICA
29 YEARS AGO, Soviet defector and KGB operative Yuri Bezmenov, specializing in the fields of Marxist-Leninist propaganda and ideological subversion; warned us about the silent war being waged agains...
John Cairncross
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Guy Liddell
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Valeri Zentsov
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Kazimira Prunskienė
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Ivan Serov
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Leonid Shebarshin
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Donald Maclean (spy)
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Sergei Kourdakov
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Anya Amasova
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List of KGB defectors
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Viktor Abakumov
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Crimson Dynamo
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Andrey Lugovoy
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Karla (fictional character)
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Vladimir Kryuchkov
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Ramón Mercader
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Vladimir Semichastny
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Jan Guillou
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Peter Deriabin
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Alexandr Ivanovich Alexeyev
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