Gregory Klimov – born on September 26, 1918 in Novocherkassk, Russia.
Graduated from Novocherkassk Industrial Institute in 1941 and entered Military-Diplomatic Academy in Moscow. In 1945 graduated from Academy and was sent to Berlin as member of Soviet Military Administration.
In 1947 he escaped to West Germany. In 1949-1950 worked in the CIA top secret team code name – Harvard Project to destabilize Communist System by the use of special type of people with Power Complex.
Following books are result of 50 years of work in this field:
1951 – Song of the Victor (aka Terror Machine, Berlin Kremlin, Kholop's Wings)
1970 – Prince Of This World
1973 – Case #69
1975 – My Name is Legion
1981 – Protocols of the Soviet Wise Men
1987 – Red Kabbalah
1989 – God's People
2007 – Revelation (aka Family Album)
Three books are actually textbooks (conspects) of lecture cycles produced for the members of senior staff of the KGB just before the time of Perestroyka.
All these books are printed by «Sovetskaja Kuban» printing house in Krasnodar, Russia. Over 1 million copies sold.
Gregory Klimov died on December 10, 2007 at his home in New York.
Location of his grave:
Maple Grove Cemetery
Cemetery Section G, Lot 254, unit B
199 Kew Gardens road,
Queens, New York City 11415, USA
Coordinates on map: 40.7073038,-73.8224528