Tells about the importance of the engineer who worked with radar to the Americans and how the CIA got started and struggled against the KGB. Pyotr Popov was a Russian in Vienna who gave information to the CIA between 1953-1955 and 1956 but was discovered in 1958 and executed in 1960. Another agent, Penkovsky, who provided good info and MI6 helped. When the CIA got an operations officer to meet him, he disappeared in Sept. 1962. He was arrested in Oct. and executed May 1963. In 1961, Dimitri Polyakov, a intelligence officer in the UN gave info. In 1962, Alexei Kulak a scientific and technical officer, also offered info. James Angleton, a CIA counter-intelligence officer put the CIA into paranoia after Penkovsky's execution so there were very few agents. Burton Gerber was a young spy in Berlin in 1955. Haviland Smith was a station chief in Prague in 1960. He created dead drop routines. Gerber rules developed. Angleton retired in 1974. A new agent named Ogorodnik was recruited.