Germany considered Aleksandr Demyanov as a loyal agent, but did not expect him to be the Soviet intelligence and continuously granted fake news, causing the enemy to fail.
On a frozen night price in 1941, a Soviet citizen approached German troops in Mozhaysk in Moscow province, announcing representing an anti-bolshevik church and supporting the monarchy to be called Prestol (throne
In fact, this man is Aleksandr Demyanov, the Soviet intelligence agent is participating in one of the most successful intelligence campaigns in this history with the name of Monastyr (Monastery).
Painting portrait of Demyanov spy.
Demyanov is a charming, smart and well-educated man with the ability to be fluent in German, making him a perfect candidate for the mission behind the enemy room.
Demyanov himself also has the perfect origin to operate intelligence.
In July 1941, the Soviet intelligence agency created Prestol, a fictional organization with underground components that supported the monarchy and waiting for the German army to enter the capital Moskva.
According to the original plan in the Monastyr campaign, Demyanov was sent to Berlin with the canticess of Heine and penetrated into the Russian-white immigrant community working for Germany, establishing a solid relationship in the German intelligence apparatus.
However, everything does not take place as an intelligence of the Soviet Union.
After a few months of training at the Nazi Military Intelligence School, Demyanov was aliated Flamingo and returned to the Soviet Union.
The first command of the Soviet Union for Demyanov is to win German trust by providing information about Prestol.
Not long after, the Soviet newspapers began to report on the series of bombings aimed at Industrial Park in Ural and Siberia performed by fascist bodys.
On June 22, 1942, a year after invading the Soviet Union, the German Air Force was about to launch a total attack on Moscow.
Demyanov spies to operate the radio.
Soon after, Demyanov sent the German electrophoresis with the content: the city owned a large volume of artillery and the new fighter.
German intelligence considers Flamingo as one of the most useful spies in the eastern front.
Germany continuously accepts fake information mixed with some real data from the Soviet Union General Staff to make them trust.
The Monastyr campaign also played a key role in the outcome of great battles in the East Front.
Due to not grasping the Diascene game of the intelligence, Marshal Zhukov still conducted a campaign to attack in RZHEV and suffered a lot of damage.
In memoirs, Zhukov acknowledged the attack in Rzhev did not happen as desired.
Demyanov's fake news campaign also played an important role, making fascism delaying the attack in Kursk and helping the Soviet Red Army to have time to prepare.
By 1944, the Soviet Union was in the process of deciding and the Monastyr campaign ended when there was no meaning.
Meanwhile, Demyanov returned to her real role in the Soviet intelligence forces and was awarded the Red Star Medal.