Spies in the Family: Dillon and Polyakov’s Friendship that Helped End the Cold War
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Spies in the Family: Dillon and Polyakov’s Friendship that Helped End the Cold War

The spy business is personal. Eva Dillon, author of “Spies in the Family” draws back the curtain of the Cold War to reveal the human side of two remarkable spies – one American, her father, Paul L. Dillon and the other codenamed TOPHAT, General Dmitri Fedorovich Polyakov, a Soviet intelligence officer, who volunteered to spy … Continue reading

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An Unexpected Perspective of the Opening of the Berlin Wall

New York Times columnist Roger Cohen interviews the East German border guard who opened the gates to the west and forever changed the history of Germany, Europe and the end to the Cold War.  As Cohen says in the interview, this could have gone so differently. Continue reading