Origin of KGB
Words nearby KGB
How to use KGB in a sentence
Back home, KGB leadership was pledging loyalty to the secretary general and his planned reforms.
Over the next few years, a chasm would open up between the Party and the KGB, culminating with the failed coup in August 1991.
In June 1989, the head of the KGB in Leningrad issued a public statement condemning secret-police crimes committed under Stalin.
This past election night saw the return of the KGB Radio Hour at KGB Bar in New York City.
Or one portraying the former KGB officer as a superhero surrounded by doves?
None at all when the dacha wasn't in use for a conference or to hide someone on the lam from the KGB.
If there were any KGB men aboard, he wanted to dissolve into mediocrity so far as they were concerned.Combat|Dallas McCord Reynolds
The KGB has the latest in equipment for spotting the location of an illegal station.
He had operated for over a year with no signs that the KGB was aware of his activities.
British Dictionary definitions for KGB
Word Origin for KGB
Cultural definitions for KGB
The secret police of the former Soviet Union.