THE SECRET HISTORY OF KBG SPY CAMERAS
This lavishly photographed and authoritative book presents the secret history of Soviet subminiature spy cameras during the Cold War. It is a history that could only have been written by the veteran KGB technical intelligence officers who created and used the cameras in secret operations.
H. Keith Melton is an intelligence historian and the best-selling author of multiple books on clandestine technology. Melton is a founding member of the Board of Directors for the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC.
Vladimir Alekseenko served KGB stations in Europe and the United States, and provided operational and technical support for Soviet intelligence activities and protection against eavesdropping on Soviet missions. He worked with all of the primary KGB photographic systems and special cameras for the secret photography. Vlad passed away in April of 2017 as this book was nearing completion. Michael M. Hasco is an international business executive who for twenty-five years has been a collector and historian of clandestine technology.
Detlev Vreisleben is a retired telecommunication engineer and researcher for twenty years in the technology of the Stasi.
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