Felix is mentioned by Frank in Cetus Wedge.
The spymaster with perhaps the longest reach in time and also one
of the highest death tolls must be Felix Dzerzhinsky a Polish
nobleman and Marxist revolutionary. On December 20, 1917, Felix
founded the organization that maintained the police state...
In Cetus Wedge, the
second book of the Charlemagne Files, Frank Cardova mentions the
subjects of the first two articles in this series. First, I
introduced Felix Dzerzhinsky, who founded the Cheka and conducted
the Red Terror. Today’s topic is his most famous adversary, Sidney
One of the most successful counterintelligence false flag
operations in history was conducted by Felix Dzerzhinsky’s
OGPU during from 1921 to 1926 Known as The Trust, its purposes were
to infiltrate monarchist organizations within the USSR and abroad
and use them to disseminate...
Its official name is the Museum of Occupations and Freedom Fights,
but I have always privately called it the KGB museum. The building
faces a graceful boulevard, Gedimino Prospektas, in Lithuania’s
capital city, Vilnius. It housed a KGB prison and offices from 1944
to 1991 and played a key...
What’s With All the Names?
I have been
asked this question more than once and not only in regard to the
characters in my books. People who know me by one name are
sometimes surprised to hear another acquaintance call me something
different. In fact, I can count seven different names and...