The workings of the Russian secret police in the late 1930s
First edition, hardback bound in the original cloth boards with printed titling to spine and upper board. 18.5 × 12.5cm, 231pp
A description of how the G.P.U., the Soviet police, operate based on the experiences of a German engineer, Peter Kleist, who was arrested and accused of espionage in 1937.
Good condition. There is light spotted foxing to the pages and a bit of a lean to the spine but otherwise this copy is in solid condition.
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