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Question 1: [8] Throughout, the ________ (CPUSA) and its Gen.-Sec'y Earl Browder, helped NKVD recruit Americans, working in government, business, and industry.
Socialist Workers Party (United States)Democratic Party (United States)Republican Party (United States)Communist Party USA

Question 2: The scope of foreign intelligence operations prompted Lenin to authorise the Cheka's creation of the INO (Innostranyi Otdel – Foreign-intelligence Department)—the precursor to the ________ (FCD) of the KGB.
First Chief DirectorateActive measuresSoviet UnionNKVD

Question 3:
Where are the headquarters of KGB?

Question 4: ________ (Foreign Operations) – foreign espionage.
NKVDActive measuresKGBFirst Chief Directorate

Question 5: It was Cold War policy for the KGB of the Soviet Union and the satellite-state KGBs to extensively monitor public and private opinion, internal subversion, and possible revolutionary plots in the ________.
Iron CurtainBerlin WallEastern BlocJoseph Stalin

Question 6: During the Hungarian revolt, KGB chairman ________, personally supervised the post-invasion "normalization" of the country.
Ivan SerovNikita KhrushchevLavrentiy BeriaJoseph Stalin

Question 7: The KGB prepared the Red Army's route by infiltrating to ________ many illegal residents disguised as Western tourists.
CzechoslovakiaCzechoslovak Republic (1918–1938)Czech RepublicCzechoslovak Socialist Republic

Question 8: Operations and Technology Directorate – research laboratories for recording devices and ________ for poisons and drugs.
First Chief DirectoratePoison laboratory of the Soviet secret servicesJoseph StalinMitrokhin Archive

Question 9: but the Russo–German ________ (1939) and the suppressed Hungarian Uprising (1956) and Prague Spring (1968) mostly ended ideological recruitment.
Joseph StalinMolotov–Ribbentrop PactEastern BlocWinter War

Question 10: He was especially concerned with the ________ and Andrei Sakharov, "Public Enemy Number One".
Eastern BlocAleksandr SolzhenitsynJoseph StalinGulag
















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