I was in Intelligence Services

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  • Author:  Velizar Enchev
  • Year: 23-06-2014
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  • Product Code:  1378-01
  • SKU: 01.0060
  • ISBN: 978-619-152-450-1
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"I was in the Intelligence Services" by Velizar Enchev. The fate of the officers of our Balkan intelligence during the Cold War can be compared to the life of Bulgarian officers during the reign of King Ferdinand.

About the Author

Velizar Enchev

Velizar Enchev

Velizar Penkov Enchev (born 7 January 1953) is a Bulgarian politician and journalist, who is a former member of the NFSB. However, he presently sits as an Independent in the National Parliament. Until... Read more

Tags: Geopolitics,Memoirs,Political Science & Politics,True Crime Investigations,Terrorism & Security,Military History,Behind the Scenes,Bulgarian History,Memoirs & Documents

Year 23-06-2014
Pages 400
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.52 kg
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Geopolitics, Memoirs, Political Science & Politics, True Crime Investigations, Terrorism & Security, Military History, Behind the Scenes, Bulgarian History, Memoirs & Documents
Читател 02/01/2020

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