Daniele Ganser, Friedensforschung

Nato's secret Armies (russisch) back

Title
Nato's secret Armies (russisch)
Subtitle
Operation Gladio and Terrorism in Western Europe (auf russisch)
Author(s) of chapter
Daniele Ganser
Date
01. 11. 2006
Erschienen bei
Europa Verlag Moskau
Pages
104
ISSN
5-9739-0063-0
Language
russian
Country
Russia

Research into terrorism in Western Europe has for many years focused on the „Red Brigades“ in Italy, the „Rote Armee Fraktion (RAF)“ in Germany, the "Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA)" in Spain, and the "Irish Republican Army (IRA)" in Ireland. New historical research shows, however, that next to these well known terrorist groups another set of secret units existed on the same continent: stay-behind armies controlled by NATO, the CIA and MI6, some of which seem also to have bee linked to terrorism and crime. This new data, as presented in the paper, opens up a set of disturbing new questions on our understanding of the history of terrorism in Europe.