The Bouncer (A Hint of Murder #3) by Lia Fairchild

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The Bouncer (A Hint of Murder #3) by Lia Fairchild

In all Soviet official panegyrics Richard Sorge contains at least one deliberate distortion, still not discovered the West. Reports Sorge commonly used to hide the successes of Soviet interception service, forms of intelligence collection that even in the era of glasnost has not been formally mentioned in the Soviet Union. It is possible that the interception was a more important source of intelligence on Japan than reports of Sorge. So, intercepted and decoded telegram sent by the Japanese military attache in Moscow, Lieutenant Colonel Yukio Kasahara, a supporter group Kodo-ha, to the General Staff in March 1931, six months before the "Manchurian incident" and for more than two years before the arrival of Sorge in Tokyo quite possibly, has done more than any other messages in the inflation fears of the Japanese attack on the Soviet Union. The telegram read:


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