Walter G Krivitsky, the Soviet master spy, was a small, dapper and very nervous man who happened to be the first and one of the key defectors to warn the West early on about the Stalin regime. He became friends with Whittaker Chambers, encouraging him to come forward and thus precipitating the Alger Hiss case. Krivitsky provided the British with clues that would have unmasked the Philby spy group, but was found out by Anthony Blunt, who warned Moscow. And Krivitsky was found dead in the Bellevue Hotel in Washington DC. This is the first book to recover all original documents released by the British archives in 2002 and the FBI.
Publisher: Enigma Books
Number of pages: 491
Weight: 858 g
Dimensions: 235 x 161 x 36 mm
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