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FSB Declassifies Documents on Nazi Massacre in Crimea

FSB Declassifies Documents on Nazi Massacre in Crimea

On Monday, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) in Crimea transferred to the state archive various documents related to the brutal massacre of 900 Red Army soldiers in the town of Sudak committed by the Nazis on the Crimean peninsula during the 1942 occupation. [The FSB in Russian:  Россия: Федеральная Служба Безопасности (ФСБ) ] Like most...

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The Early Days of Britain’s MI6 Caught on Film

The Early Days of Britain’s MI6 Caught on Film

Bletchley Park was the headquarters of British intelligence during World War II. Once a baronial estate, the mansion and 59 acres of surrounding grounds became a beehive of intelligence activities designed to defeat Nazi Germany. Bletchley Park is perhaps best known for the work done by mathematicians Alan Turing and Hugh Alexander, among others, to...