The KGB tried to recruit me

Hans de Vreij is a Dutch journalist who has worked in Berlin , Brussels, Geneva and Prague. Whilst working at the United Nations in Geneva Hans was the subject of attempted recruitment by the KGB to develop an ‘agent of influence’ to disseminate Soviet points of view. In addition, they analysed the ‘targeted journalist’ in … Read more The KGB tried to recruit me

68 – Nuking the Moon & Other Intelligence Schemes & Military Plots left on the Drawing Board

  We talk with Vince Houghton – Curator of the International Spy Museum who has just written a new book called “Nuking the Moon & Other Intelligence Schemes & Military Plots left on the Drawing Board”.  Vince proves that abandoned plans can be just as illuminating–and every bit as entertaining–as the ones that made it. … Read more 68 – Nuking the Moon & Other Intelligence Schemes & Military Plots left on the Drawing Board

66 – Liberation Square

  Gareth Rubin is an author and journalist and today we’re talking to him about his latest novel, Liberation Square set in a Soviet occupied UK in the 1950s. Buy the book on this link and support the podcast Thanks to  our select band of supporters who are helping us financially for the price of … Read more 66 – Liberation Square

62 – Disarming Doomsday

  In this episode we speak with Dr Becky-Alexis Martin who is a lecturer in Cultural and Political Geography at Manchester Metropolitan University and author of Disarming Doomsday – The Human Impact of Nuclear Weapons since Hiroshima. Buy the book on the link below and help support the podcast: [amazon_link asins=’0745339204′ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’worldwar2pill-21′ marketplace=’UK’ link_id=’e2e1fcf3-8108-4e55-a534-a2ca1c3811f7′] … Read more 62 – Disarming Doomsday