The Stasi: The Most Terrifying Secret Police in the Eastern Bloc

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The darkest symbol of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) is the Stasi, the omnipotent Ministry for State Security. In 1989, the secret police service of a country with a population of only 16 million people employed 91 thousand full-time employees – not counting the “unofficial” Stasi workers. The later, according to various estimates, numbered from 200 thousand to 2 million. The Stasi was modeled after the Soviet NKVD but quickly surpassed it in the sophistication of its methods. In the new episode of “How It Was,” we will recall the history of the most effective intelligence service in the Eastern Bloc. You will learn how spies from the GDR infiltrated the upper echelons of power in the neighboring Federal Republic of Germany (FRG). How did the East German agent Gunther Guillaume ruin the career of West German Chancellor Willy Brandt? How did the almost permanent Stasi leader Erich Mielke develop a mass surveillance system in GDR? We will also recall what the Stasi had in common with the Palestine Liberation Organization and how the East German agents used gaslighting to neutralize dissidents.

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