• February 28, 2017

10 Dark Secrets of the KGB

The often-brutal regimes of Soviet Union leaders were maintained by a ruthless security agency known as the KGB. This extremely secretive, occasionally murderous and widely feared organization kept many of its terrifying acts under wraps but – over the years – some of its dark secrets have been revealed.

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9 thoughts on “10 Dark Secrets of the KGB

  1. lads the Brits were arming the UVF, Catholics had no civil rights and were being murdered and mistreated by the British Army. The Troubles started in 1968 and ended in 1998 and was a direct result of British and Unionist barbarism.IRA lost a lot of support when they started hitting civilians but in the early days “one mans terrorist is another mans freedom fighter rings true”. oh and btw the Germans gave us weapons and tried to deliver weapons shipments during WW1 too when the Republic of Ireland was planning armed resistance and independence.

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