Wednesday, September 16, 2015

The 7 Craziest Moments In Espionage History

From the capture and execution of communist revolutionary Ernesto "Che' Guevara in Bolivia to the "umbrella murder" of a Bulgarian dissident writer in London, looks at seven extraordinary events in espionage history.

From government-orchestrated coups to brazen snatch-and-grabs to high-profile assassinations, espionage is a dirty business. Here, an in-depth look at some of the strangest, bloodiest and most decisive moments in the history of modern spycraft.    

You can read the rest of the piece via the below link:

You can also read my Counterterrorism magazine piece on the hunt and capture of Che Guevara via the below link: 

And you can read my Counterterrorism magazine piece on the myth, the mystique and the history of espionage via the below link: 

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