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Cold War Espionage

Some Techniques, Tactics, and Tecnology

Episode Notes

Well this was a fun one to get into, can't say what really spurred my interest in this subject recently, but I've always liked stories of spies behind enemy lines and I guess I was due for taking a deeper dive into the era most famous for that kind of thing. Most of my knowledge beforehand basically revolved around some early 00's History Channel documentaries and maybe Metal Gear Solid 3? Hope you enjoy, here's some links if you want to read further


Russian-American Relation Timeline

Cold War espionage

Milestones: 1921–1936 - Office of the Historian

RIAC :: An Anniversary of Late Recognition

Milestones: 1937–1945 - Office of the Historian

February 1917: Russia’s Revolution Begins | U.S.-Russia Relations: Quest for Stability

Russia Quits the War | Facing History and Ourselves

Russian Revolution | Definition, Causes, Summary, History, & Facts | Britannica

How Did Spy Services Develop in Russia? -

How Did Spy Services Develop in the United States? -

CIA Looks Back on a Secret Postwar Berlin Tunnel : NPR

Operation Gold: The CIA's Berlin Tunnel - Warfare History Network

Russia Tried to Use Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Assassination to Start a Race War | by Darien Cavanaugh | War Is Boring | Medium

Top 5 KGB operations on U.S. soil - Big Think

The CIA's Bold Kidnapping of a Soviet Spacecraft

How the CIA Stole a Soviet Satellite | War Is Boring

This Isn't Science Fiction: How the CIA Stole a Russian Satellite | The National Interest

RYAN - Wikipedia

The Soviet Side of the 1983 War Scare | National Security Archive

How Aldrich Ames betrayed the CIA by selling secrets to the Russians - The Washington Post

Aldrich Ames - Wikipedia

The Double Lives of Jack Barsky: The Spy Next Door - Smithsonian Associates

'I thought I was smarter than almost everybody': my double life as a KGB agent | Espionage | The Guardian

The KGB Spy Gadgets that Fought the Cold War Go to Auction | Art & Object

Cold-War Contraptions: Soviet Spy Gadgets For Sale

Shoe Transmitter |

CIA dragonfly drone almost beat modern UAVs by 40 years, was swatted (video) | Engadget

Technophilic Hubris and Espionage Styles during the Cold War on JSTOR

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