M School

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M School was an "espionage academy run by the Red Army", c. 1920s.[1]

Two of its notable attendees were Wilhelm Zaisser and Ernst Wollweber,[1] who later became very influential in the intelligence activities of East Germany and West Germany in the Cold War.


  1. ^ a b Höhne, Heinz, and Zolling, Hermann (1972). The General Was a Spy. New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan. p. 195.  (Published in Germany as Pullach Intern, 1971, Hoffman and Campe Verlag, Hamburg)