Tales of the Cold War • 2018 • episode "1/3" The Spying Game Tales from the Cold War

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Some just counted tanks, others stole blueprints for bombs. The Cold War was the battleground for thousands of spies and spotters. Even the Allied Military Missions in Germany doubled as covert observers in the spying game.

The Spying Game Tales from the Cold War • 2018 • 1 episode •

Tales of the Cold War

Some just counted tanks, others stole blueprints for bombs. The Cold War was the battleground for thousands of spies and spotters. Even the Allied Military Missions in Germany doubled as covert observers in the spying game.

2018 • History

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