- Publisher: Международные Отношения
- Year of issue: 2021
- Series: Secret missions
- ISBN: 978-5-7133-1661-7
- Cover type: твердый переплет 145 х 215 мм
- Number of pages: 312 с.; ил.
- Product Code:: 0946
- Availability:: In Stock
The secret force of Germany’s intelligence service
Colonel Walter Nicolai is known as the founder of German intelligence and counter espionage. The hand that fate dealt him was truly unusual; he experienced fame as the most successful chief intelligence officer of the 20th century, he was called the most cunning spy in Europe, he rose to the heights of secret authority, he underwent years of tense struggle with the security services of the U.K., France, Russia and the US.
After the end of the Second World War, Nikolai was deported to Moscow. In his manuscript, Espionage 1900–1945. Generalized experience, written in Lubyanka, he makes an astonishing confession that he had felt close to the Russian nation for a long time, that he sees the place of the German nation on their side, and wants to facilitate mutual understanding between the two nations in the best possible way.
For a wide circle of readers.
Гришин Евгений Михайлович (род. в 1941 г.) Журналист-международник, германист, корреспондент ТАСС (1976–1982), собкор «Известий», собкор правительственной «Российской газеты» (1997–2002). Специализируется на изучении деятельности спецслужб. Награжден медалями ордена «За заслуги перед отечеством» I и II степени.
- 450 руб.