The Confessions of Spy Masters: CIA’s Tennent Pete Bagley & KGB’s Sergei Kondrashev
Professor Filip Kovacevic | June 29, 2017 2 Comments

In this pilot edition of the new monthly show produced by Newsbud Tales from the Russian Intelligence, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the book published posthumously in 2015 by CIA veteran Tennent ‘Pete’ Bagley “Spymaster: Startling Cold War Revelations of a KGB Spy Chief as Revealed to His Ex-CIA Agent Friend.” He focuses on the information on the KGB operations and methods as communicated to Bagley by KGB veteran Sergei Kondrashev, some of which are genuinely surprising. The SVR, the Russian foreign intelligence agency, did not give permission for Kondrashev’s memoirs to be published, so Bagley published them in this book without their permission. What is the information that the Russian intelligence did not want you to see? Find out in this pilot edition of Tales from the Russian Intelligence!

Show Notes

Tennent (Pete) Bagley. Spymaster: Startling Cold War Revelations of A Soviet KGB Chief as Revealed to His Ex-CIA Agent Friend. New York: Skyhorse Publishing, 2015.