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All-Ukrainian Council of Veterans of the Foreign Intelligence
Stories About Spies. Story 1. Through the Pecheneg Camp
Pechenegs' cavalry army was standing tightly around the city of Kyiv with its countless pointed towers. No one has ever seen so many. As far as one's eyes could see- there were towers and horse herds. At night, the picture looked even more sinister: with hundreds of campfires burning everywhere, horses neighing, inhabitants of the steppe roasting meat, laughing and singing wild songs.
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Lev Rebet. The Ideologue of the Existence of an Independent Ukraine in the Family of European Nations
The Branch State Archives of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine contain documents that allow to supplement and clarify some well-known facts about the life and work of Lev Rebet, one of the leaders of the Ukrainian liberation movement in the 20th century, who developed the historical, political and legal basis for a free, independent Ukraine in the family of European nations.