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A Secret Life: The Polish Officer, His Covert Mission, and the Price He Paid to Save HIs Country
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By Benjamin Weiser

This fast-paced historical narrative is more gripping than any spy fiction -- , a genuine page-turner. In the 1970's, a high-ranking Polish officer involved in Warsaw Pact battle planning became alarmed by what he learned. While the Warsaw Pact was ostensibly a defensive alliance against NATO, the Soviets actually planned almost exclusively for an offensive war. Moreover, any Soviet move against Western Europe would entail a massive transiting of troops and armor through Poland, where they were bound to be hit by tactical nuclear strikes, which would decimate the country. The officer in question decided to make contact with American intelligence, and this book is a fascinating look into spy craft.

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