The Enemy Within

Frantzell, Lennart
July 1981
National Review;7/10/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 13, p783
The article presents information on Narodno Trudovoi Soyuz (NTS), the anti-communist underground movement in the Soviet Union. It details the history of the NTS. Members of the NTS who were captured and killed by Soviet authorities are given. NTS was reconstituted in the 1970s and is now operating out of Paris, France. The organization has extensive operations worldwide. Soviet intelligence agencies treat NTS seriously.


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