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Updated: 11/10/2020
psetrov affaiR
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  • 1949
  • I'm the Prime Minister So if I say communism sucks, it sucks.
  • 1951
  • We finally made it to Australia, are you excited to do some coding and deciphering babe?
  • Sure am babe. Love being a spy almost as much as I love you.
  • 3rd April, 1954
  • He still hasn't figured out that I work for the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation
  • You should defect it would be better for you. You could get political asylum and all you have to do is give the communist list.
  • Yeah I don't have any other choice. My wife won't be happy though.
  • Four years after the start of the Cold war, the Australian prime Minister (Robert Menzies) set up an Australian Intelligence Organisation. The political platform of Robert Menzies was based on the collective fear of communist spies in Australia.
  • 3rd April, 1954
  • Why would you defect, especially two days before our depart for Moscow?
  • On February the fifth, the Petrov's arrived in Australia to work at the Soviet Embassy in Canberra. Vladmir was a member of the Soviet Embasssy in Australia and part time spy alongside his wife Evodikia who was also spy.
  • 20th April, 1954
  • After the Soviet Union dismisses Mrs Petrov from her position as embassy accountant and the Soviet Union recalls Petrov permanently, Vladmir Petrov defects.
  • December 10th, 1955
  • After the Soviet Union dismisses Mrs Petrov from her position as embassy accountant and the Soviet Union recalls Petrov permanently, Vladmir Petrov defects.
  • I had to do it honey, nothing is in our favour.
  • Evodikia Petrov decides to defect and join her husband after the Soviet Union heard of Petrov's defection and sent agents to retrieve her. Therefore both Evdokia and Vladmir were able to live in Australia anonymously.
  • The following accusations of Communism that racked the Labour Party led to a split, resulting in Menzie's re-election and the Liberal Party remaining in power, eventually concluding to Australia's participation in the Vietnam War.
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