Inside the Aquarium: The Making of a Top Soviet Spy. Viktor Suvorov, Author MacMillan Publishing Company $ (p) ISBN Aquarium See more» The full alternative English language titles of the film’s source book “Aquarium” by Viktor Suvorov is “Inside the Aquarium: The. THE AQUARIUM is the headquarters of the GRU – Soviet Military Intelligence. There is only one way in, via special selection – and only one exit: through the.
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Edit Cast Credited cast: Through looking this movie you will met real work of Soviet intelligence, not casual Hollywood trash. Suvorov defects aqkarium he fails to become a Viking, because the ladder of prestige he was climbing for his entire career runs out, and because he couldn’t face failure back home.
The guy was never even a true believer, he claims, but merely trying to survive, get by, or do well with the options given and the suvlrov that you either maintain and move forward or wind up being put into aquariim prison camp or outright murdered within the Soviet system once you are tied into intelligence and systems of power.
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It was a military intelligence organization that demanded the absolute loyalty and total domination of its secretive minions. The lives of the agents were dominated by fear of failure, fear of mistakes, and fear of exposure—but not exposure to the other side so much as exposure to the GRU itself. Add the suvkrov question. A thoroughly haunting and vivid collection of insights into the GRU.
Published by HarperCollins Publishers first published Would he be loyal to the Suvogov, even though he would be condemning his friend to death, or would his friendship win out? This is not a light read, as it starts with delightful descriptions of what happens to ‘traitors’ – and never lets up.
Top Polish Movies The television mini-series version of this cinema movie is divided into four TV episodes. Man tai visai nepatinka. Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options.
You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. I read the book as part of my research for my novel, Falcon Downin which the GRU plays a significant part. Dec 19, Michael Burnam-Fink rated it really liked it Shelves: Well written although gaps in the timeline are often confusing. How did he actually make his decision to defect?
This is a fine read, and a timely one given the apparent resurgence of the Russian Bear. Jul 15, John Wright rated it it was amazing.
If he failed to make the report he would be accused of having an interest in religion subversive indeed! Use the HTML below. It was a valuable exercise, and I gained much useful information.
Viktor describes fleeing his apartment in the middle of the night because he is afraid of being “evacuated” by GRU agents. That part i Quite a disappointment. In such an organization, you quickly learned to trust no one, and to subvert all loves and loyalties to the overriding demands of the GRU.
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No overblown James Bond dramatics necessary although this does arise when a briefcase full of money or a clever ploy will do. It creates quite gruesome picture of Soviet Intelligence, which makes you wonder how such organization could achieve any successes in such hostile and paranoid environment.
Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. The acquisition and exercise of power were the factors that motivated him, by his own testimony. Franz Maurer, a compromised cop, former officer of the criminal department of the Warsaw’s police, is released from prison where he was doing time for his brutality and murders.
He is looking for a You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. It seems that Suvorov shaded some personal details, for example he defected with an unmentioned wife and child, but this is a stark and stunning depiction of the paranoia that spies live under, and the balance of terror of the Soviet system, with hidden knives pointing from the Party to the KGB to the GRU. Goofs The spy teacher says that aphorism “If you want to be happy, be him” belongs to Mayakovskiy.
Search for ” Akwarium ” on Amazon. The reason given is that this allowed him to hide his identity at a time when the Soviet Union still existed and there was the possibility of retaliation against friends and relatives.
Which villain would come out on top? It was a group which devoured its suvkrov. Enjoy a night in with these popular movies available to stream now with Prime Video.