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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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“Launch Intelligence and Propaganda Work on Ukrainian Emigrés”
As a result of the Second World War, a huge number of Ukrainians found themselves outside their homeland for various reasons. Some of them returned to the USSR through voluntary or forced repatriation. The rest did not want to return mostly for political reasons and remained in Europe, South America, the United States and Canada. The processes taking place in the environment of Ukrainian émigrés of that time became subject to special attention of the Soviet special services. The MGB/KGB infiltrated their agents into various organizations and movements, trying to split them, provoke conflicts with local authorities, and conducting propaganda actions to justify Soviet policy. This is evidenced by declassified documents from the archive of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine.