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Issue № 49. April 2015

The Bucharest Tour of Russian Military Counter-intelligence: An Unknown Episode from the War of Secret Services in 1915

Vasily B. Kashirin

Ph.D., lead research fellow, Russian Institute for Strategic Studies, Moscow, Russian Federation.
E-mail: vbkashirin@mail.ru

The article is devoted to one previously unknown episode of activity of the secret services of the Russian Empire during the First World War: an attempt of the military counter-intelligence to establish a permanent bureau in Bucharest, a capital of then-neutral Romania, in the summer of 1915. The author analyzes reasons for the failure of that enterprise, a large complex of problems in the organization of Russian secret services of that period and in cooperation between different institutions of the empire.

Keywords

Russian Empire, First World War, counter-intelligence, Romania, Bucharest, V.A. Erandakov, V.G. Turkistanov.

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