Difference between revisions of "Secret police"

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The term '''secret police''' refers to a powerful, intimidating, and not-fully-known organization that protects and enforces the wishes of a dictator.  The [[KGB]] in the [[communist]] [[Soviet Union]], for example, was a type of '''secret police'''.
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The term '''secret police''' refers to a powerful, intimidating, and not-fully-known organization that protects and enforces the wishes of a dictator.  The Cheka in the [[communist]] [[Soviet Union]], for example, was a type of '''secret police'''.
 
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Revision as of 16:28, 12 October 2009

The term secret police refers to a powerful, intimidating, and not-fully-known organization that protects and enforces the wishes of a dictator. The Cheka in the communist Soviet Union, for example, was a type of secret police.