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'Since the Berlin wall came down eight years ago, many other barriers have come down also, and we have been allowed to see things we never knew before about the communist East, notably its intelligence operations. Markus Wolf's book is perhaps the most important to date absorbing, intelligent and well written. ' Geoffrey Wheatcroft, Sunday Times They called him 'the man without a face', a figure of such secrecy that it took almost twenty years before Western intelligence had any idea what he looked like. He was the West's great adversary in the secret war for intelligence, information and advantage. He is Markus Wolf, the greatest spymaster of our century, a shadowy legend throughout the Cold War and a continuing mystery - until now. In what will surely stand as a classic book on the history and art of espionage, Markus wolf finally breaks his silence and tells his story. Not just a gripping autobiography, Memories of a Spymaster is a deeply honest examination of loyalty, betrayal and idealism.Reseña del editor:
For three decades Markus Wolf was the head of East Germany's foreign-intelligence department. This autobiography is a story of loyalty, betrayal and idealism.
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