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5 The organization also served as an effective front for the Soviet Union's foreign intelligence operations, as historian Svetlana Chervonnaya notes: However, voks also often served as a convenient 'roof' for operations of both branches of Soviet intelligence, whose residents and operatives used opportunities provided. 5 The successes and prestige of voks abroad seem to have additionally had a positive impact on shaping the attitudes of the Soviet intelligentsia during the 1920s, building support among the sometimes feisty artistic community for the new regime. Adolphus Miller, Boardman Robinson, Clarence. Voks in the 1950s edit By 1957 so-called "friendship societies" had been established in 47 countries, all of which were coordinated by voks. 6 Propaganda function edit As part of its propaganda efforts, voks published a Weekly News Bulletin in Russian, English, German, and French which featured stories about the positive achievements of Soviet medicine, literature, art, and science. 3 (March 1969. .