TITLE

THE VENONA FILES

AUTHOR(S)
Radosh, Ronald
PUB. DATE
August 1995
SOURCE
New Republic;8/7/95, Vol. 213 Issue 6, p25
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Uncovers the information contained in a set of documents called the Venona files proving that the couple Julius and Ethel Rosenberg spied for the Soviet Union against the U.S. during the World War II years. Methods of operation employed by the KGB, the security and intelligence agency of the Soviet Union, in the U.S.; Espionage activities of the late Alfred Sarant and his friend, Joel Barr; Type of data Julius was obtaining from his group of spies.
ACCESSION #
9508094447

 

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