NKVD/KGB Activities and its Cooperation with other Secret Services in Central and Eastern Euurope 1945-1989
Międzynarodowa konferencja naukowa „NKVD/KGB Activities and its Cooperation with other Secret Services in Central and Eastern Europe 1945–1989“ – Bratysława, 14–16 listopada 2007 r.
Słowacki Instytut Pamięci Narodu (UPN) wspólnie z Instytutem Pamięci Narodowej, Urzędem Pełnomocnika Rządu Federalnego ds. Dokumentów Służby Bezpieczeństwa byłej NRD, Archiwum Historycznym Węgierskiego Bezpieczeństwa Państwowego oraz Archiwum Aparatu Bezpieczeństwa MSW Republiki Czeskiej zorganizowały w dniach 14–16 listopada 2007 r. w Bratysławie międzynarodową konferencję naukową „NKVD/KGB Activities and its Cooperation with other Secret Services in Central and Eastern Europe 1945–1989” (Działalność NKWD/KGB i ich współpraca z tajnymi służbami innych państw Europy Środkowej i Wschodniej 1945–1989). Informacje dostępne są na stronie: http://www.upn.gov.sk/konferencia-kgb/en/index.html PROGRAM Panels 1. Security archives and sources of NKVD/KGB activities Round table – opening panel
Panel moderator: Stefan Karner (Austria)
Stefan Karner (Austria), Ladislav Bukovszky (Slovak Republic), Pavel Žáček (Czech Republic), Gergö Bendegúz Cseh (Hungary), Wojciech Sawicki (Poland), Nikita V. Petrov (Russia), Ralf Blum (Germany) 2. From Soviet advisors in satellite states to Soviet security schools
Panel moderator: János Rainer (Hungary) Rafal Wnuk (Poland): Soviet Supporters of the of Polish Communist Security Apparatus. The Role of NKVD in Fighting against the Anti-Communist Underground in Poland [Poland 1944-1945].
Radek Schovánek (Czech Republic) – Cooperation between the KGB and the Czechoslovak Department of Technical Equipment.
Ladislau Antoniu Csendes (Romania): NKVD/KGB Approaches and Party Control in Romanian Secret Services and Army between 1948 - 1964.
Magdolna Baráth (Hungary) - Soviet Counsellors at the Hungarian State Security Organs.
Jan Kalous (Czech Republic) - Štěpán Plaček, his Vision of the Czechoslovak Security and Soviet Agents (1945-1948) – Relationship and Circumstances of Coming of the Soviet Advisors to the Czechoslovak Republic. 3. Central and Eastern Europe as a base for espionage against the West
Panel moderator: Petr Kopál (Czech Republic) Christopher Adam (Canada): Eyes across the Atlantic—Hungary’s State Security and Canada’s Hungarians, 1956–1989.
Arvydas Anušauskas (Lithuania): Economic Restructuring Period and Technological Intelligence. The Lithuanian Factor.
Stefano Bottoni (Italy): The Warsaw Pact and the Vatican, 1963-1985. New Evidences from the Hungarian and Romanian State Security Archives.
Andrzej Grajewski (Poland): The Operations of Soviet Bloc Security Services against the Vatican.
Slawomir Lukasiewicz (Poland): The Polish Communist Intelligence Service Activity against the European Economic Community.
Walter Süss (Germany): The Conference for Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) from the point of view of the GDR-State Security in the 1970s.
Peter Rendek (Slovakia): Operation ALAN – Multilateral Cooperation between the Czechoslovak Intelligence and the Soviet KGB in One of the Biggest NATO Security Leak Case in the Period 1982–1986. 4. NKVD/KGB´s co-operation with satellite state security services.
Panel moderator: Wladyslaw Bulhak (Poland) László Ritter (Hungary): The Soviet-Hungarian Intelligence Co-operation in the Early Cold War Period.
Petr Blažek (Czech Republic): Operative Squad of MV CSSR in Moscow.
Prokop Tomek (Czech Republic): The System of the United Database of Knowledge of the Enemy in Czechoslovak Conditions [SOUD].
Bernd-Rainer Barth (Germany): Noel-Field-Affaire.
Georg Herbstritt (Germany): Refused Cooperation: The Relation Stasi - Securitate. 5. NKVD/KGB activities in occupied East Germany and Austria
Panel moderator: Roger Engelmann (Germany) Jörg Morré (Germany): Moulding of Enemy Picture. Apprehending by NKVD as Preparation for the Beginning of Police Political Work in Soviet Occupation Zone NDR during 1945–1956.
Barbara Stelzl-Marx (Austria): “Death to the Spies”: Soviet Counter-espionage in Austria 1945–1955.
Harald Knoll (Austria): Disclosure of the Group CIC 430 by Soviet Espionage in Soviet Occupied Zone in Austria.
Dieter Bacher (Austria): „A Communist Intelligence Internationale? Contacts between the KGB and the KPÖ during the Beginning Cold War“ [Austria 1950s].
Nikita V. Petrov (Russia) - Jan Foitzik (Germany): Soviet Security Apparatus in Soviet Occupied Zone/NDR. The Structures, Tasks and Co-operation with East German Authorities. (NDR 1945–1954)
Pavel Žáček (Czech Republic): Czechoslovak Foreign Espionage and KGB against West Germany before 1961. 6. panel – Summarizable
Panel moderator: Miroslav Lehký (Slovak Republic)
Questions of international cooperation, necessity of European discourse for Communism disclosing, conference as first step of this disclosing. 20.00 zł