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Article by Helmut Müller-Enbergs


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Die SED als Mitgliederpartei. Dokumentation und Analyse

by author: Michel Christian/Jens Gieseke/Florian Peters

TD: volume 17, issue 2020, 2, page 257–259

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Revolution in Potsdam. Eine Stadt zwischen Lethargie, Revolte und Freiheit (1989/90)

by author: Rainer Eckert

TD: volume 15, issue 2018, 2, page 280–282

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Im Dienst der Staatssicherheit. Eine soziologische Studie über die hauptamtlichen Mitarbeiter des DDR-Geheimdienstes

by author: Uwe Krähnke; Matthias Finster; Philipp Reimann; Anja Zschirpe

TD: volume 14, issue 2017, 2, page 342–346

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Tradierte Spionage:Agentenkinder und Agenteneltern

TD: volume 13, issue 2016, 2, page 173–188

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Es folgt die Zusammenfassung in englischer Sprache following the article short description

Did agents pass on their own spying activities to the children? Were agents supposed to have offspring for the purpose of intelligence work, to this way be supplied with well-trained intelligence sources? Can we identify factors with the children of agents suggesting that there were attempts to hire them? The here presented article pursues these questions by five steps and comes to the conclusion: children of agents who later became agents themselves are an exception. In most cases agent-parents did not want to expose their children to the thus connected risks. In case of those agents who passed on their spying activities to family members there were mostly certain factors working in favour of such behaviour.


Sozialistische Nachrichtendienste im Norden

TD: volume 13, issue 2016, 2, page 189–222

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Es folgt die Zusammenfassung in englischer Sprache following the article short description

The intelligence activities in the Nordic countries of Norway, Denmark and Sweden have for a number of years evaded the attention of scholars. The Nordic Area offers an interesting case since the countries, despite their relative small size, did play a role for the intelligence services of the socialist countries. The operative challenges for the foreign intelligence agencies of these ountries were immense; not only did they have to spend considerable resources building professional intelligence organizations at home, they also needed to acquire linguistic and cultural knowledge enabling them to establish networks in Scandinavia.


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Die sowjetischen Geheimdienstmitarbeiter in Deutschland. Der leitende Personalbestand der Staatssicherheitsorgane der UdSSR in der Sowjetischen Besatzungszone Deutschlands und der DDR von 1945-1954

by author: Petrow, Nikita W.

TD: volume 8, issue 2011, 1, page 157–159

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