Stalin's Secret War
Soviet Counterintelligence Against the Nazis, 1941-1945Book - 2004
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Good counterintelligence becomes a force multiplier when used as a strategic weapon, but by itself it does not win wars. The absence of it, however, can lose them.
The Soviets always had an appreciation of the necessity for strategic intelligence. The Nazis did not.
Stalin's security services waged a two-front war: one against the Germans and one against Soviet citizens.
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