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Dress for Success

Is that necktie watching you? Maybe. Stasi operating in East Germany hid cameras in all sorts of clothing. Stasi agents abroad often concealed film in shoes or belts.
The Stasi was the only spy agency to adapt tiny Minox cameras so that they didn't require two hands to advance the film. Hiding a camera in one of these globes, agents depressed a spring-rod and voila -- they snapped a photo and advanced the film.
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