Stalin’s Secret Agents by M. Stanton Evans audiobook

Stalin’s Secret Agents: The Subversion of Roosevelt's Government

By M. Stanton Evans and Herbert Romerstein
Read by Alan Sklar

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Most Americans have grown accustomed to accept the version of history that the Soviets were our noble allies and took the brunt of the casualties during World War II. But after decades of research by veteran journalist M. Stanton Evans and intelligence expert Herbert Romerstein, the truth has come to light and is now exposed in Stalin's Secret Agents. Evans and Romerstein focus on the role of secret Communist Alger Hiss at the crucial Yalta Conference of 1945, where vast U.S. concessions were made to Russia, and the maneuvers of numerous other Soviet agents to serve the ends of Moscow. Fascinating details about the fall of China, Yugoslavia, and Poland to Communist domination as well as the identities of key conspirators in high places are revealed. The authors recount the steps by which the penetration occurred under FDR, the influence wielded by such advisers as Harry Hopkins and Henry Morgenthau, and the indifference of U.S. officials during this time. Also included are riveting details about the multi-layered cover-up—including rigged grand jury sessions—and the extent of the theft of secrets are sure to surprise and stun listeners everywhere.

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Most Americans have grown accustomed to accept the version of history that the Soviets were our noble allies and took the brunt of the casualties during World War II. But after decades of research by veteran journalist M. Stanton Evans and intelligence expert Herbert Romerstein, the truth has come to light and is now exposed in Stalin's Secret Agents.

Evans and Romerstein focus on the role of secret Communist Alger Hiss at the crucial Yalta Conference of 1945, where vast U.S. concessions were made to Russia, and the maneuvers of numerous other Soviet agents to serve the ends of Moscow. Fascinating details about the fall of China, Yugoslavia, and Poland to Communist domination as well as the identities of key conspirators in high places are revealed. The authors recount the steps by which the penetration occurred under FDR, the influence wielded by such advisers as Harry Hopkins and Henry Morgenthau, and the indifference of U.S. officials during this time. Also included are riveting details about the multi-layered cover-up—including rigged grand jury sessions—and the extent of the theft of secrets are sure to surprise and stun listeners everywhere.

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Editorial Reviews

With his deep, slightly raspy, and deliberate voice, Alan Sklar creates a dark, foreboding atmosphere that enhances the authors' text. His narration is well paced and compelling. Publishers Weekly Audio Review
“With his deep, slightly raspy, and deliberate voice, Alan Sklar creates a dark, foreboding atmosphere that enhances the authors’ text. His narration is well paced and compelling.” Publishers Weekly

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Author Bio: M. Stanton Evans

Author Bio: M. Stanton Evans

M. Stanton Evans is the author of seven books, including The Theme Is Freedom. A contributing editor for Human Events, he served for many years as director of the National Journalism Center. He was previously the editor of the Indianapolis News, a columnist for the Los Angeles Times Syndicate, and a commentator for CBS and Voice of America. He lives near Washington, DC.

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Author Bio: Herbert Romerstein

Author Bio: Herbert Romerstein

Herbert Romerstein (1931–2013) was a writer and historian who specialized in anti-communism.  He was coauthor of The Venona Secrets and The KGB Against the “Main Enemy.  He was also head of the Office to Counter Soviet Disinformation at the United States Information Agency from 1983–1989.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/History
Runtime: 9.94
Audience: Adult
Language: English