3 edition of Soviet Atomic Espionage found in the catalog.
by Fredonia Books (NL)
Written in English
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Top 10 books about spies The literature of espionage, like its subjects, is often not to be trusted. This fascinating exploration of the motives behind treachery is by a former Soviet spy. Quick Search in Books. Enter words / phrases / DOI / ISBN / keywords / authors / etc. Search. Quick Search anywhere. Enter words / phrases / DOI / ISBN / keywords / authors / etc. Search. Quick search in Citations. Journal Year Volume Issue Page. Search. Advanced .
The latest addition to the Klaus Fuchs bibliography, Atomic Spy, comes from Nancy Thorndike Greenspan and with it the obvious question: Do we need another book on Fuchs? Based on the first part of this book, the answer is yes. Ms. Greenspan gives us fresh and fascinating insights into Fuchs’s formative years. SOVIET ATOMIC ESPIONAGE. JOINT COMMITTEE ON ATOMIC ENERGY. April WASHINGTON: Creases to rear cover covered with yellowed transparent tape, a few minor spots of foxing to front cover. UNITED Rating: % positive.
Since the late s, the Soviet Union, through its GRU, OGPU and NKVD intelligence services, used Russian and foreign-born nationals as well as Communist, and people of American origin to perform espionage activities in the United States. These various espionage networks had contact with various U.S. government agencies, transmitting to Moscow information that would have been deemed . New spy book names Engelbert Broda as KGB atomic spy in Britain A new book claims to reveal conclusive proof that an Austrian scientist was a spy .
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Soviet Atomic Espionage [Joint Committee on Atomic Energy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This report was prepared by the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy and was released April 9, by the 82nd Congress. ATOMIC SPYThe Dark Lives of Klaus FuchsBy Nancy Thorndike Greenspan.
The physicist Klaus Fuchs() is well known as the atomic spy who gave details of everything he worked on at the Manhattan.
This is a book about atomic espionage. About Americans who spied for the Soviets, as well as their reasons for doing so. Although several individuals who were involved in these covert operations are discussed, it is Theodore Hall who is the main focus in this by: Internet Archive BookReader Soviet atomic espionage Link to the book Embed a mini Book Reader 1 page 2 pages Open to this page.
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Addeddate Identifier SovietAtomicEspionageINSCOMDossier Identifier-ark ark://t8qc3kn00 Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi A careful review of the depiction of Soviet atomic espionage provided in Pavel Sudoplatov's Special Tasks and Sacred Secrets by Jerrold and Leona Schecter demonstrates how faulty memories, Soviet intelligence agency disinformation, sloppy citations, misplaced trust in documents provided by unidentified sources under unexplained circumstances, and egregious lapses in logic and Author: Harvey Klehr, John Earl Haynes.
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However, the Soviet atomic espionage ring played an instrumental role in allowing the Soviet Union to remain strong and grounded in face of American atomic diplomacy. Had Stalin and the Soviet Union remained completely in the dark about the Manhattan Project, there looms a possibility that the Soviets may have entered postwar relations placidly.
Atomic spies or atom spies were people in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada who are known to have illicitly given information about nuclear weapons production or design to the Soviet Union during World War II and the early Cold War.
Exactly what was given, and whether everyone on the list gave it, are still matters of some scholarly dispute. Following the finding of the spies who shared American atomic secrets with the Soviet Union (read more here), the “Red Scare” was sweeping over s Cold War Cold War espionage was not going away.
Here Scott Rose explains how Rudolf Abel’s New York-based Soviet spy ring was discovered in Information from temporary opening up of the Soviet Archives after the fall of the USSR during early s and confessions of many erstwhile Soviet spies through books, articles and interviews, gave people an impression about the enormity of Soviet atomic : Ratan Lal Basu.
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By the mids, following the trials and convictions for espionage-related crimes of Alger Hiss, a senior diplomat, and Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for atomic spying, there was a widespread public consensus on three points: that Soviet espionage was serious, that American Communists assisted the Soviets, and that several senior government Brand: Yale University Press.
Atomic Spies The story of Western Espionage in the forties and fifties goes back to the position of the Soviet Union as an Allied nation during the Second World War.
This and its Communist ideology attracted many Western intellectuals and left-wingers whose belief in socialist theory tended to focus on the theoretical benefits of the system, largely ignoring the terrors of the Stalin regime.
Get this from a library. Soviet atomic espionage. [United States. Congress. Joint Committee on Atomic Energy.]. The American Spy Who Got Away / Physicist who allegedly gave the Soviets secrets of the atomic bomb was never arrested for espionage BOMBSHELLThe Secret Story of America's Unknown Atomic Spy.
The espionage was undertaken to support the Soviet atomic bomb project. The Venona project remained secret for more than 15 years after it concluded. Some of the decoded Soviet messages were not declassified and published by the United States until It was largely because of Fuchs that the Soviet Union tested its own atomic bomb into the astonishment of the US and Britain.
Although it appears to endorse this judgement in its subtitle, Frank Close’s Trinity presents a considerably more nuanced picture of the “most dangerous spy.
Stalin and the Bomb is the definitive work on the Soviet atomic and hydrogen bomb projects. It should be of crucial interest to anyone concerned with the history and politics of early Soviet large-scale nuclear technologies, and with the evolution of the Cold War."—Paul Josephson, New York Newsday (FanFare).
Closing the book on one of the most intriguing mysteries surrounding the Soviet Union's postwar efforts to steal America's atomic bomb secrets, the FBI on Monday officially cleared four giants of.the Soviet atomic bomb project that has arisen since the democratic revolution of the s.
The release of the KGB (Commissariat for State Security) documents regarding the role that espionage played in the Soviet atomic bomb project has raised new questions about one of the most remark-able and rapid scientific developments in history.
Despite."Secrets, Lies, and Atomic Spies" PBS Airdate: February 5, Go to the companion Web site. NARRATOR: Inthe Soviet Union explodes its first atom bomb. But was the design stolen from.