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In the language of the secret services, conspiracy means (here: according to the glossary of contemporary intelligence service terms in the intelligence service definitions of the “ Organization Gehlen ” and the early Federal Intelligence Service (BND) of the fifties and sixties ) “the cooperation of several people with a uniform objective and conscious elimination of strangers or public insight ”, whereby their aim and identity remain hidden.

The Dekonspiration is the unmasking or revelation of conspiracy due to errors in their own actions, enemy activity or her own initiative of an interested party.

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Individual evidence

  1. Bodo Hechelhammer (Ed.): Intelligence service definitions of the "Organization Gehlen" and the early Federal Intelligence Service ( Memento from February 10, 2016 in the Internet Archive ). Federal Intelligence Service, Berlin 2012, ISBN 978-3-943549-03-4 .
  2. ^ "Conspiracy" in: Helmut Roewer, Stefan Schäfer, Matthias Uhl: Lexicon of Secret Services in the 20th Century. FA Herbig, Munich 2003, ISBN 3-776-62317-9 .
  3. See "Dekonspiration" in: The Federal Commissioner for the Records of the State Security Service of the former German Democratic Republic (Ed.): The Dictionary of State Security. Definitions of the MfS for "political-operational work". Series A, Documents, No. 1 / 93², Department of Education and Research, Berlin 1993.