Talk:Operation Trust

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From what I know, "Trust Operation" was the one to force Sydney Reilly coming into the Soviet Union. And the operation to force Boris Savinkov coming there, had another name:"Syndicate-2". I have no idea, how to fix this, so far. Cmapm 01:52, 17 October 2005 (UTC)

You must also understand that "Trust" is a counterintelligence inspiration to the CIA's James Jesus Angleton in his molehunt days in the Agency. To be sure, "Trust" is a creative coup by Feliks Dzershinky; an elaborate deception scheme; false-flag op of high proportions. From years to come since then, the specter of "Trust" remains relevant in asking difficult questions, that NOTHING IS NOT REALLY WHAT IT SEEMS... just think of the September 11 attacks in the USA.

Two books appear to be the source of this article. But it is very difficult, on Wikipedia, knowing from which book each statements come. This is why I put an "unreferenced" tag. Wikipedia:footnotes describes a very good way of referencing, which allows the reader to know the origin of some statements (in particular the "some researchers say" or that it is thanks to this operation that they succeeded in luring Savinkov and Reilly to the USSR. Tazmaniacs 12:42, 26 February 2007 (UTC)
FYI, there is a historical [web page] on Sluzhba_Vneshney_Razvedki website in domain, almost 100% dedicated to your topic, but in Russian. Do you need any help with translation, or?.. I hope you understand that it is OFFICIAL source, which is now has quit low reasons for lie in this case. silpol 22:23, 25 June 2007 (UTC)

Trust vs TREST[edit]

Which is it? Most of the article calls it Trust; the last couple of paragraphs talk about TREST (as in "the TREST files"). And yes, I see that in the original Russian there's an e in the middle. -- thundt (talk) 17:18, 20 June 2012 (UTC)

Additional reading/source[edit]

Another source that may be useful for the article is Jonathan Haslam's book, Near and Distant Neighbors—specifically pages 18–21. --Jprg1966 (talk) 04:08, 7 January 2016 (UTC)