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The Man Who Changed a Century Dies

You probably haven’t heard of Victor Grayevsky. But, as Pajamas Xpress blogger Michael Ledeen tells it in his tribute, the world might have been a very different place without the Polish-Israeli double agent.
“Arguably one of the most important men of the twentieth century, he was the person who obtained the advance text of Khrushchev’s Secret Speech, the one delivered in February, 1956, the one that laid out the crimes of Stalin for the leaders of the Soviet Communist Party.” The public release of the text was a turning point in the Cold War.

The rest of the fascinating story at Faster, Please