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    Then, too, Soviet military intelligence residencies in Eastern Europe did pass on false reports to Moscow. Moreover, some intelligence was withheld from Stalin, while other reports were altered to conform to his conviction that Hitler would not consider turning against the Soviet Union until after he had overpowered England. As we know from the failure of the Bush administration in Iraq, intelligence services sometimes supply information to conform to the views of the leaders they serve, often with dire consequences.

    Yet, as Murphy points out, none of these considerations satisfactorily explains the tragedy.