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Munich secrets: declassified

Lev Sotskov, retired Major General of the Foreign Intelligence Service

1932 - Born in St. Petersburg
1956 - Graduates, Moscow State University of International Relations
1956 - Joins Foreign Intelligence Service
1994 - Retires from Foreign Intelligence Service

Today we will talk about history. Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service has declassified the archive documents which shed light on the notorious Munich agreements of 1938 and the events which preceded the Second World War What kind of activities are disclosed by this publication? What was going on behind the scenes? Will generally accepted historical ‘facts’ be challenged by these documents? We’ll talk about it with retired intelligence officer and historian - Lev Sotskov.