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Ryszard KukliƄski Collection

Ryszard Kukliski was a Polish colonel and Cold War spy for NATO. He passed top secret Warsaw Pact documents to the CIA between 1972 and 1981. For over nine years, Kuklinski provided the CIA with more than 40,000 pages of documents regarding the innermost secrets of the Warsaw Pact.

  • February 26, 1982

    Intelligence Information Cable, 'Comments on a Recent Photograph of the Polish Military Council of National Salvation'

    Report analyzes power dynamics and change in the Polish military from a photo TIME magazine published in their February 1, 1982 issue.

  • April 05, 1982

    Intelligence Information Cable, 'The Polish National Defense Committee'

    Report outlines the various components of the National Defense Committee (KOK) including its Secretariat, leadership, and possible consequences.

  • May 13, 1982

    Intelligence Information Cable, 'Relationship between Soviet Military Representation to Poland and the Polish General Staff'

    Report explains the previously waning influence of Soviet officers on the Polish military, discussing their housing, decreasing size and role in the Polish armed forces.

  • January 01, 1983

    Central Intelligence Agency, 'Jaruzelski's Attitude, Behavior, and Style'

    Details Jaruzelski's personal habits, style, and evolving political views.

  • June 24, 1984

    Memorandum from Max Hugel to the Secretaries of State and Defense and Director of the National Security Agency, 'Attitudes of the Polish Ministry of Defense and Soviet Military Positions in Connection with the Current Political Situation in Poland'

    Report discusses conflicting reports from the Polish and Soviet governments on the stationing of troops in Poland.