The Sword and the Shield: The Mitrokhin Archive and the Secret History of the KGB

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INDEX
Aaron, David, 241
Abakumov, 146
ABBAT (Archbishop Pitirim), 496
Abbiate, Mireille Lyduvigovna, 75, 79
Abbiate, Roland Lyudvigovich (Pravdin), 75, 79, 124-25, 143
Abdoolcader, Sirioj Husein, 413, 419
Abel, Rudolf ( Vilyam Willie Fisher), 146-48, 156-57, 159, 163, 164-65, 171-76, 176, 190, 196, 280, 367, 412
Abella, Robert,418
ABLE ARCHER exercise, 433
ABO (Peter Smollett), 84, 120
ABRAMOV,414
Abramov, N. F., 98-99
Abramova, Nina, 99
Abrasimov, Pyotr Andreevich, 271
Abt, John, 106
ACE (aeronautics engineer), 420-21
Acheson, Dean, 162, 163
ADA ( Helen Lowry), 104, 109, 111
ADA (NKVD officer), 83, 84
ADAM, 449
ADAMANT (Metropolitan Nikodim), 487-88, 490, 492, 507
ADEN, 148
Adenauer, Konrad, 438,440
Afghanistan invasion ( 1979), 22, 299, 302, 305
Afghan War, 11-12, 391, 470, 497
Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee, 341
AGAT operation, 389-91
Agayants, Ivan Ivanovich, 152, 461
Agca, Mehmet Ali, 522
Agee, Philip, 206,230-34
Ageloff, Sylvia, 86
Ahman, Olavi, 280
AIDS virus, 200, 244-45, 428, 484
Akhmerov, Iskhak Abdulovich, 104-6, 109-11, 118, 123, 129, 132-34, 143, 148
Akhromeyev, Marshall, 390
AKHURYAN ( nuclear physicist), 413
Akopyan, Ashot Abgarovich, 477
Akselrod, Moisei Markovich, 50-52, 78
ALAN, 474
Albam, Abram Mironovich, 77
Albania, 247
ALBERT (Iskhak Akhmerov), 104-6,109-11, 118, 123, 129, 132-34, 143, 148
ALBERT (Nikolai Bitnov), 191-92, 195-96
A LBERTO (Guido Cappelloni), 298
Aleksandrov, Georgi Nikolayevich, 480
Aleksandrov, Vladimir Valentinovich, 379
ALEKSEI (Anatoli Yatskov; Yakovlev), 132, 223
Aleksi of Tallinn, Metropolitan, 307, 498-99
ALES (Alger Hiss), 104, 105, 107, 132-34, 142, 144, 164
Alexander, Field Marshall, 135-36
Alexandrovsky, Pavel, 314-16
Algeria, 276
ALICE, 156
Alliev, Ismail Murtuz Ogly, 391
ALLA (Galina Linitskaya), 252-53, 259-63
Allegretti, Alfredo, 35
Allen, Richard, 211
Allende, Salvador, 296, 427
ALPHA (caches), 365
Alpha group, 389-91, 394
Althammer, Hedwig Marta, 366
ALVAR (IBM employee), 187, 188
Amendola, Giorgio, 294, 297, 299
American National Security Act ( 1947), 144
American Relief Association (ARA), 30
Ames, Aldrich, 205, 206, 220, 434-35
Amin, Hafizullah, 11, 362, 389-91
AMUR (Robert Sheldon Harte), 87
Anderson, Jack, 240-41,347
ANDRE, 466, 467-68
Andreev, Nikolai Nikolayevich, 346
ANDREI (Dmitri Bystroletov), 43-46, 48, 49, 53
Andrew, Christopher, 14, 20
Andrews Air Force Base, 346, 348
Andreyevskaya, T. S., 406
Andropov, Yuri Vladimirovich, 5-7, 10, 13, 22, 179, 203-4, 210-14, 218, 219, 238, 251, 256-57, 259, 265, 285, 286, 298, 311-12, 317-20, 322-25, 330, 333, 340, 342, 346, 347, 351-53, 374, 377-81, 385, 388-93, 411, 415, 439, 455, 456, 466, 469, 522, 526, 541
Andropov Institute, 142, 216-17, 224, 245-46, 416
Androsov, Stanislav Andreyevich, 214, 243, 434
Angeloff, Sylvia, 76
Angleton, James, 185, 368
ANITA, 450
ANNA (typist), 277
ANO (Japanese interpreter), 37
ANTENNA (Julius Rosenberg), 128, 148, 164, 409
Anti-Comintern Pact, 53, 442
ANTON (Leonid Kvasnikov), 116, 127-28, 132
ANTON ( POCHIN operational officer), 346
Antonov, Georgi Pavlovich, 478
Apresyian, Stepan, 124-25, 157
Arab-Israeli Six-Day War, 342
Araujo Aguilar, Laura, 87, 162
Arbatov, Georgi, 211-12, 213
ARDOV (Mikhail Polonik), 19
Argentina, 99-101, 162, 182, 282-83, 379
ARGUS ( journalist), 466, 467
Aristov, Boris, 508, 515, 520, 528, 529, 531, 535, 536, 538, 539
ARLEKINO, 479
ARLINGTON (E. Howard Hunt), 228-29
Arnedo, Alvarez, 282-83
ARNO (Ernest Oldham), 44-46, 48-49
ARNO (Harry Gold), 127-28, 131
Aron, Raymond, 469
ARSENIO (Louis Wolf), 233
Arsov, Boris, 388
Artamonov, Nikolai Fyodorovich, 387-88
ARTEM, 272-73
ARTEMIS (Soviet intelligence), 148
ARTEMOVA, 259, 260
ARTUR, 479
ARTUR (Iosif Grigulevich), 87, 99-101, 147, 162-63, 300, 357-58
ARTUR (Rem Krassilnikov), 170
Artuzov, Artur Khristyanovich, 33, 34-35, 42, 50
ASCHE (Hans-Thilo Schmidt), 47
Ash, Timothy Garton, 533
Asimov, Nikolai Nikolayevich, 398
ASKET (Andrei Sakharov), 22, 312, 317, 320, 322-36
ASKO, 157

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