Kalinigrad region is one of the most armed and important regions in Russia. Stucked between NATO countries it serves both as bridgehead and pocket for Russian military. Basing on open sources and visits we establish a image of what military units and bases are located in Kaliningrad region.
Number Stations monitoring in the Monitoring Times magazine by “Havana Moon” revealing facts about CIA 4-digit numbers transmissions and other known numbers stations from 1983 to 1989.
Numbers Stations monitoring during 90’s in the Monitoring Times journal. Logs, observations and first encounters with HAARP.
ENIGMA Newsletters 1-18
The original preserved newsletters created by the ENIGMA group from 1993-2000, now archived in the British Library.
FBI Operation SOLO – Numbers Stations Revealed
Declassified documents from the FBI Vault were used to show the use of numbers stations during the Cold War. It also reveals Morris Child’s role as an undercover FBI agent during the war.
Based on public FBI documents, this article describes the use of ciphers and radio messages by the infamous Russian spy ring uncovered on 2010. One of their members was Anna Champman.
British SIS and US CIA operation in the Soviet occupied Baltic States and KGB counter intelligence measures. Reveals the use of ciphers and radio communications that had a crucial role in the game between western agencies and the KGB.
The mystery of the one of the most successful CIA spies in Soviet Moscow and the Numbers station he used.
STASI German/Russian Lexicon of Intelligence Terms
The document revealed by Major Vasili Mitrokhin shows the STASI use of
numbers stations. Fully translated from Russian to English.The First Numbers Stations
Elaborating on the first instance of a numbers station from WWI: 100 Years of espionage, and the passage that confirms it from the ENIGMA Newsletter.
New digital music album dedicated to numbers stations and shortwaves reviewed here on numbers-stations.com
The German Stasi Sprach machine was used to send coded messages through numbers stations by automated voice and could also be used to send numbers in Morse code. It was used primarily by East Germany (DDR), Russia, and Cuba.
World War I: 100 Years of Espionage
Includes the history of methods used in WWI for espionage and radio communications. Also includes the first mention and uses of a numbers station.
German Democratic Republic intelligence service STASI documents show information about numbers stations used by CIA in the GDR, their use and decryption methods.
The Säkerhetspolisen (Swedish Security Service) has released new info from their archives on their involvement with numbers stations. This is another rare instance of a government agency confirming their use of them. The Counter Intellegence section of their site published a recording of the numbers station identified as S10 – The Czech Lady.
CIA special instruction from 1975 explaining the basics of the one time pad.
This article goes into depth of the Soviets nuclear defense system and what the “Dead Hand” really was.