Our man in New York. The fate of a resident agent
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The name of the main hero in this book has been kept silent in our country for over sixty years. Yet Jacob Golos was the most prominent intelligence officer and group leader of the NKVD and NKGB in the USA for a good ten years (1933–1943). There were no prohibited areas for Golos’ agents; they infiltrated the White House, the State Department, and even the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) – the forerunner of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
This book is the first description in our country of the life and struggle of outstanding revolutionary, anti-fascist and intelligence officer Jacob Golos. The author, Teodor Gladkov, was a famous writer and historian on reconnaissance, a member of the national special services history society, an active member of the Academy of National Security, the USSR KGB prize laureate and the service in foreign reconnaissance of the Russian Federation prize laureate.
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