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This is a list of notable spies or alleged spies by the country for which they worked. See also the category spies by nationality. Espionage is the practice of obtaining secrets (spying) from rivals or enemies for military, political, or economic advantage. ...

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Canada

  • Igor Gouzenko was a cipher clerk at Soviet Embassy in Ottawa. He defected in September, 1945 with Soviet documents on KGB activities in Canada and elsewhere. For some, his defection and revelations represents the start of the Cold War.
  • Sir William Stephenson (codenamed Intrepid) Canadian championship boxer and businessman who ran British Security Coordination in NYC from before to near the end of WWII (see British Security Coordination: The Secret History..., NY, Fromm International, 1999: A Man Called Intrepid, 1976, is entertaining but often unreliable)

Gouzenko wearing his white hood for anonymity Igor Sergeyevich Gouzenko (January 13, 1919, Rogachev, Soviet Union – June 1982, Mississauga) was a cipher clerk for the Soviet Embassy to Canada in Ottawa, Ontario. ... Sir William Samuel Stephenson, C.C., M.C., D.F.C. (January 23, 1897–January 31, 1989) was a Canadian soldier, airman, businessman, inventor, spymaster, and the senior representative of British intelligence for the entire western hemisphere during World War II. Stephenson is best-known by his wartime intelligence codename...

Czechoslovakia (StB)

  • Alfred Frenzel, infiltrated West Germany during the 1950s
  • Karl Koecher, the only known mole to penetrate the CIA
  • Erwin Van Haarlem, posed as a Dutch art dealer while spying in Britain

STB is an acronym that can stand for: set-top box, a television device that converts signals to viewable images The United States Surface Transportation Board, the successor to the Interstate Commerce Commission The StB, the secret police in Communist Czechoslovakia a graphics card manufacturer, see STB Systems spin the... Alfred Frenzel (1899-1968) was a Czechoslovakian spy who was given the code name Anna by the StB. He was the most important StB spy during the entire Cold War. ... // Events and trends The 1950s in Western society was marked with a sharp rise in the economy for the first time in almost 30 years and return to the 1920s-type consumer society built on credit and boom-times, as well as the the baby boom from returning GIs who... Karl Koecher is one of only two known moles to have penetrated the CIA. Born in Czechoslovakia, he became a radio comedy writer and was frequently scrutinized by the Communist security forces for his satire that mocked the regime. ... The CIA Seal The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is an American intelligence agency, responsible for obtaining and analyzing information about foreign governments, corporations, and individuals, and reporting such information to the various branches of the U.S. Government. ...

France

See also category french spies

Hans-Thilo Schmidt (13 May 1888 – 1943) was a spy who, during the 1930s, sold secrets about the Germans Enigma machine to the French. ... In the history of cryptography, the Enigma was a portable cipher machine used to encrypt and decrypt secret messages. ... Mata Hari, exotic dancer and convicted spy, made her name synonymous with femme fatale during World War I. For the Indonesian supermarket/department store chain, see Matahari. ... World War I was primarily a European conflict with many facets: immense human sacrifice, stalemate trench warfare, and the use of new, devastating weapons - tanks, aircraft, machine guns, and poison gas. ... Pierre Martinet is an ex-agent of DGSE, the french external intelligence agency. ...

Germany (BND, MAD, Verfassungsschutz, Abwehr, SD)

  • Mata Hari, double spy for France and Germany during World War I
  • Simon Emil Koedel, sleeper agent for the Abwehr activated during World War II. Operated primarily in New York City.
  • Norbert Juretzko BND agent who published "tell-all" book on BND in 2003, caught censors sleeping
  • Marie Charles Ferdinand Walsin-Esterhazy french General, the real spy behind the Dreyfus affair 1890, a major commotion in France

Mata Hari, exotic dancer and convicted spy, made her name synonymous with femme fatale during World War I. For the Indonesian supermarket/department store chain, see Matahari. ... World War I was primarily a European conflict with many facets: immense human sacrifice, stalemate trench warfare, and the use of new, devastating weapons - tanks, aircraft, machine guns, and poison gas. ... Simon Emil Koedel was a sleeper agent for the Abwehr activated during World War II. Operating primarily in New York City, Koedel monitored American ports and US military suppliers. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ...

East Germany (Stasi)

excluding 100.000 "IM" This article is about Stasi, the secret police of East Germany. ...

Günter Guillaume (February 1, 1927 – April 10, 1995), a citizen of the German Democratic Republic, was an intelligence agent of that countrys secret service, the Stasi. ... This article is about a historical state. ... Willy Brandt (December 18, 1913 – October 8, 1992) was a German politician and Chancellor of Germany from 1969 to 1974. ... Rainer Rupp was a top spy who worked under the pseudonyms Mosel and later Topas for the GDR in the NATO headquarters in Brussels from 1977 until 1989, releasing documents of the highest importance to the Eastern Block. ... This article is about a historical state. ... The NATO flag NATO 2002 Summit in Prague The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), sometimes called North Atlantic Alliance, Atlantic Alliance or the Western Alliance, is an international organisation for defence collaboration established in 1949, in support of the North Atlantic Treaty signed in Washington, D.C., on April 4... Markus Wolf Markus Johannes Wolf (born January 19, 1923, in Hechingen, state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany) is a former head of HVA (Main Administration Reconnaissance), the former East German foreign intelligence division of the Ministry for State Security. ... This article is about a historical state. ...

Egypt

  • Refaat ElGamal, better known as Raafat ElHagan, was an Egyptian spy in Israel during the sixties. He claimed to be Jack Biton, ostensibly a Jewish-Egyptian businessman who immigrated to Israel and opened a travel agency.
  • Gomaa ElShawan was a double-agent who communicated with MOSSAD and reported to the Egyptian Intelligence.

Gomaa Al-Shawan (in Arabic:جمعة الشوان). The G in first name is pronounced as in ginger. ...

Israel (Mossad)

Isser Harel (January, 1912 — 18 February 2003) was spymaster of the intelligence and the security services of Israel and head of the Mossad (1952 - 1963). ... Ari Ben-Menashe Ari Ben-Menashe is a former arms dealer and the author of , a book purporting to describe his involvement in Iran-Contra and other intelligence operations. ... Cheryl Ben Tov, née Cheryl Hanin (1960-) is an Israeli Mossad agent who became well-known in 1986 when, under the name Cindy, she persuaded Mordechai Vanunu to go with her to Rome, where he was captured, drugged, and transported to Israel. ... Eli Cohen Eli Cohen (December 26, 1924 - May 18, 1965) was a celebrated Israeli spy. ... Jonathan Jay Pollard (born August 7, 1954) is a former United States Navy intelligence officer who pled guilty and was convicted on one one count of spying for an ally (Israel), and in 1986 received a life sentence with a recommendation against parole. ... Peter Malkin was an Israeli secret agent. ... Adolf Eichmann, Germany 1940 Photo from United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archives. ...

Okhrana

  • Alfred Redl Austrian General Staff Colonel who worked for Russian intelligence prior to WWI

The Okhrana was the secret police of the Russian Empire and part of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) in late 1800s, aided by Special Corps of Gendarmes. ... Alfred Redl was an Austro-Hungarian officer, who rose to head the counter-intelligence efforts of Austria-Hungary. ...

Poland

  • William Bell
  • Marian Zacharski - Polish Intelligence officer arrested in 1981 Among other things, he won access to material on the then-new Patriot and Phoenix missiles, the enhanced version of the Hawk air-to-air missile, radar instrumentation for the F-15 fighter, "stealth radar" for the B-1 and Stealth bomber, an experimental radar system being tested by the U.S. Navy, and submarine sonar.
  • Marian Rejewski codename: Ranaud (with french resistance)

William E. Bell is a Canadian childrens author who lives in Orillia, Ontario. ... Marian Rejewski as second lieutenant (signals), Polish Army in Britain, in late 1943 or in 1944. ...

The People's Republic of China

Larry Wu-tai Chin (金無怠) was a former Chinese language translator working for the CIAs Foreign Broadcast Information Service. ... Wen Ho Lee (李文和, pinyin: Lǐ Wénhé) (born 1939) is a Taiwanese American computer scientist who worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory and was accused of stealing secrets about the U.S.s nuclear arsenal for China, though eventually only convicted of improper handling of classified data. ... Los Alamos National Laboratory, aerial view from 1995. ... Katrina Leung (Simplified Chinese: 陈文英; Traditional Chinese: 陳文英; pinyin: ) is a Chinese American native of Los Angeles, California who is a businesswoman and an accused spy. ... Misinformation is information that is incorrect, but not because of a deliberate attempt to mislead. ... The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is a Federal police force which is the principal investigative arm of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ). ... Aerial view of the lab and surrounding area. ...

United Kingdom (MI5/MI6)

Current MI5 headquarters in Thames House, London MI5, officially called the Security Service, is a British counter-intelligence and security agency. ... The Secret Intelligence Service (SIS), more commonly known as MI6 (originally Military Intelligence Section 6), or the Secret Service, is the United Kingdom external security agency. ... Janet Chisholm (1929 - July 23, 2004), born Janet Anne Deane, was a former British MI6 agent during the Cold War. ... Noël Coward Sir Noel Peirce Coward (spelling his forename Noël with the diaeresis was an affectation of later life, and Peirce is the correct spelling) (December 16, 1899 – March 26, 1973) was an English actor, playwright, and composer of popular music. ... Sir George Mansfield Smith-Cumming (died 1923) was the first director of what would become MI6. ... Ian Fleming Ian Lancaster Fleming (May 28, 1908 – August 12, 1964) was an English author, best remembered for writing the James Bond series of novels as well as a childrens story, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. ... World War II was a truly global conflict with many facets: immense human suffering, fierce indoctrination, and the use of new, extremely devastating weapons such as the atom bomb. ... Operation Goldeneye was an Allied plan during World War II, that monitored Spain after the Spanish Civil War. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Operation Ruthless was the name of an intrepid deception operation devised by the British Admirality during World War II in a desperate attempt to gain access to an Enigma encryption machine. ... In the history of cryptography, the Enigma was a portable cipher machine used to encrypt and decrypt secret messages. ... Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell, OM, GCMG, GCVO, KCB (February 22, 1857 - January 8, 1941) was a soldier, writer and founder of the world scouting movement. ... Boer guerrillas during the Second Boer War There were two Boer wars, one from December 16, 1880-March 23, 1881 and the second from October 11, 1899-May 31, 1902 both between the British and the settlers of Dutch, French and German origin (called Boers, Afrikaners or Voortrekkers) in South... For other uses of the term butterfly, see butterfly (disambiguation). ... Boer is the Afrikaans (and Dutch) word for farmer which came to denote the descendents of the Afrikaans speaking migrating farmers of the expanding eastern Cape frontier. ... Graham Greene Henry Graham Greene, OM (October 2, 1904 Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire – April 3, 1991 Vevey, Switzerland) was a prolific English novelist, playwright, short story writer and critic whose works explore the ambiguities of modern man and ambivalent moral or political issues in a contemporary setting. ... Sidney Reilly (1874?-1925) was a Russian-born adventurer who worked for British SIS for a time. ... Michael Stokes (Mike) is a C++ programmer working on Shareaza, a multi-protocol client developed for Windows that can access Gnutella, Gnutella2, eDonkey2000, and BitTorrent. ... The Secret Intelligence Service (SIS), more commonly known as MI6 (originally Military Intelligence Section 6), or the Secret Service, is the United Kingdom external security agency. ... Greville Maynard Wynne 1919 was a British spy who was recruited to MI5 during World War II. He was transferred to MI6 and assisted with the 1959 defection of the Soviet intelligence officer, Major Kuznov. ... Francis Walsingham by John de Critz (detail) Sir Francis Walsingham (c. ... Sir Richard Willis (sometimes spelt Willys) (13 January 1613/1614 to December 1690) was a notable figure of the English Civil War and its aftermath. ... Samuel Morland Sir Samuel Morland (1625 – 30 December 1695) was a notable English academic, diplomat, spy, inventor and mathematician of the 17th century, a polymath credited with early developments in relation to computing, hydraulics and steam power. ... A double agent pretends to spy on a target organization on behalf of a controlling organization, but in fact is loyal to the target organization. ... The Protectorate in English history refers specifically to the English government of 1653 to 1659 under the direct control of Oliver Cromwell, who assumed the title of Lord Protector of the newly declared Commonwealth of England (later the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland) after the English Civil War. ... (16th century - 17th century - 18th century - more centuries) As a means of recording the passage of time, the 17th century was that century which lasted from 1601-1700. ...

United States (CIA)

  • Robert Richer [1]
  • Adamski cover name for Polish trade official recruited by Clarridge
  • Robert Amory Deputy Director of CIA (& WWII Marine officer) during Bay of Pigs planning, excluded by Allen Dulles from the project
  • James Jesus Angelton CIA counter intelligence chief for decades
  • Milt Bearden CIA
  • Moe Berg
  • Richard Bissell CIA Deputy Director of Operations who planned Bay of Pigs operation, and who worked with Kelly Johnson of the Lockheed Skunk Works to develop and deploy the U-2 aircraft before schedule and under budget (see J T Richelson, Wizards of Langley: Inside the CIA Directorate of Science and Technology, 2001)
  • Charles Bohlen an 'anti-spy' as ambassador; when his CIA station chief and several others were compromised by Soviet female agents, he asked that all CIA personnel be withdrawn
  • Joseph Bulik CIA case officer helped with Penkovsky
  • Duane 'Dewey' Clarridge longtime CIA field agent (NE & SE Asia) and administrator pardoned by GHW Bush for Iran-Contra involvement; was Aldrich Ames' supervisor (See A Spy for All Seasons, 1997, Scribner's).
  • Jack Downing CIA case officer who ran Ogorodnik
  • Allen Dulles OSS spymaster in Bern, Switzerland, during WWII, later Director of the CIA
  • Sheffield Edwards CIA officer who liased with Mafia boss Sam Giancana regarding the assassination of Fidel Castro (early 60s)
  • Jake Esterline CIA Bay of Pigs trainer/planner
  • Nathan Hale spy/courier for Americans in Revolutionary War, executed by British Army
  • William King Harvey CIA (though first FBI) officer whose idea the Berlin Tunnel (Operation Gold) was while Chief of the Berlin Operations Base; debriefed Whittaker Chambers and Elizabeth Bentley, supposedly demanded recall of Kim Philby from the US in the early 50s (see Murphy, Kondrashev, and Bailey, Battleground Berlin: CIA v KGB in the Cold War, Yale Univ Press, 1997)
  • E. Howard Hunt CIA
  • George Kisevalter CIA case officer/handler who 'ran' both Popov and Penkovsky
  • Fritz Kolbe German diplomat who passed secret Nazi documents to the US embassy in Berne from 1943 until 1945. Described by the CIA as the most important spy of the Second World War for the US, while Sorge is #1 in WWII
  • Ryszard Kuklinski - was a Polish-born colonel and "Cold War" masterspy, who passed top secret Warsaw Pact documents to the CIA between years 1971 and 1981
  • Jack Hawkins CIA Bay of Pigs trainer/planner (former Colonel)
  • Aleksandr Dmitrievich Ogorodnik code name TRIGON, Soviet diplomat who 'walked in' to work for CIA in Bogota Columbia in 80s and later in Moscow
  • Oleg Penkovsky GRU Colonel who became an agent in place for the CIA (after an attempt at contact via students in July 1960 on the Moskvoretsky Bridge in Moscow) and whose information was very important during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Influenced by the example of Colonel Charles Maclean Peeke, US Army, whom he met in Ankara Turkey ('55-'56) (see Schecter and Deriabin, The Spy Who Saved the World, Scribner's, 1992)
  • Valerie Plame was the undercover agent for the CIA whose identity was revealed in a newspaper column witten by Robert Novak.
  • Pyotr Popov GRU Major who became an agent in place for the CIA beginning in 1953
  • Gary Powers pilot of U-2 which crashed in the Soviet Union. Exchanged for Colonel Abel after trial and conviction
  • Paul Redmond the 'George Smiley' of the CIA; helped uncover Ames
  • John Stockwell CIA
  • Harriet Tubman
  • Konstantin Volkov Soviet intelligence officer and diplomat in Turkey whose attempted defection to the US was betrayed (by Kim Philby, who had been sent to assist him in his efforts). He was kidnapped back to Moscow.
  • Diana Worthen CIA colleague of Ames in Mexico, reported suspicions about him in 90

Robert Richer was the associate deputy director of operations of the United States Central Intelligence Agency, the number two in command after the Director, Porter Goss. ... The Bay of Pigs (Spanish: Bahía de Cochinos) is a bay on the southern coast of Cuba. ... Allen Welsh Dulles (April 23, 1893 – January 29, 1969) was an influential director of the Central Intelligence Agency from 1953 to 1961 and a member of the Warren Commission. ... James Jesus Angleton (December 9, 1917 - May 12, 1987), known to friends and colleagues as Jim and nicknamed the Kingfisher, was the long-serving director of the CIAs counter-intelligence division, a poet, and an avid fly-fisherman and orchid-grower. ... Milton Bearden is a retired CIA officer and author. ... Morris Moe Berg (March 2, 1902–May 29, 1972) was an American Major League Baseball catcher who also served briefly as a spy for the United States. ... Richard Mervin Bissell Jr. ... Clarence L. Kelly Johnson (November 27, 1910 - December 21, 1990) was an aircraft engineer and aeronautical innovator with Lockheed who played a leading role in the design of more than forty aircraft. ... A modern Skunk works project leverages an older: LASRE and SR-71 Blackbird. ... The U-2 is a single-seat, single-engine, high-altitude Surveillance aircraft flown by the United States Air Force. ... Charles E. Bohlen Charles Eustis Chip Bohlen (August 30, 1904–December 31, 1974 1), was a United States diplomat (1929–1969) and Soviet Union expert, serving in Moscow before and during World War II, succeeding George F. Kennan as US Ambassador to the Soviet Union (1953–1957), then moving to... Duane Ramsdell Dewey Clarridge, a CIA operative and director for more than 30 years, became famous in the mid-1980s for his role in the Contra end of the Iran-Contra Affair. ... Allen Welsh Dulles (April 23, 1893 – January 29, 1969) was an influential director of the Central Intelligence Agency from 1953 to 1961 and a member of the Warren Commission. ... Salvatore Sam Mo Momo Mooney Giancana (June 15, 1908 — June 19, 1975) was a famous and powerful mafioso and boss of the Chicago Mafia (called The Outfit) from 1957-66. ... Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz (born August 13, 1926) has ruled Cuba since 1959, when, leading the 26th of July Movement, he overthrew the regime of Fulgencio Batista, and transformed Cuba into the first Communist state in the Western Hemisphere. ... Nathan Hale (June 6, 1755–September 22, 1776) was a captain in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. ... Whittaker Chambers in 1939 Jay Vivian (Whittaker) Chambers (April 1, 1901 – July 9, 1961) was an American writer, editor, political operative and defector best known for his accusations of, and testimony on, charges of espionage and subversion against Alger Hiss, the architect of the Yalta Conference and Secretary General of... Elizabeth Bentley A graduate of Vassar, Elizabeth Terrill Bentley (1905-1963) was studying in Italy at the University of Florence when she first became interested in fascism. ... E. Howard Hunt Everette Howard Hunt (born October 9, 1918 in East Hamburg, New York, United States) worked for the White House under President Richard Nixon, figured in the Watergate Scandal, and was convicted of burglary, conspiracy, and wiretapping, eventually serving 33 months in prison. ... Fritz Kolbe (operational alias George Wood) (born 1900 to 1971) was a German diplomat who served as a spy against the Nazi regime for the United States during World War II. He refused to accept any payment for his activities because of his dislike for the Nazi regime. ... 1943 (MCMXLIII) is a common year starting on Friday. ... 1945 (MCMXLV) was a common year starting on Monday (link will take you to calendar). ... Mushroom cloud from the nuclear explosion over Nagasaki rising 18 km into the air. ... Ryszard Jerzy Kukliński (June 13, 1930 – February 11, 2004) was a Polish-born colonel and Cold War masterspy, who passed top secret Warsaw Pact documents to the CIA between years 1971 and 1981. ... Seal of the Warsaw Pact Distinguish from the Warsaw Convention, which is an agreement among airlines about financial liability. ... The CIA Seal The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is an American intelligence agency, responsible for obtaining and analyzing information about foreign governments, corporations, and individuals, and reporting such information to the various branches of the U.S. Government. ... 1971 (MCMLXXI) is a common year starting on Friday (click for link to calendar). ... 1981 (MCMLXXXI) is a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... John Edward Hawkins (September 14, 1910 - July 18, 1973) was a British actor who appeared in films like The Bridge on the River Kwai, Lawrence of Arabia and The Cruel Sea. ... Oleg Penkovsky was a colonel for Soviet military intelligence (GRU) in the late 1950s and early 1960s. ... Agent handler is a generic term common to many intelligence organizations which can be applied to Case Officers, those who aspire to be Case officers, controllers, contacts, couriers and other assorted trainees. ... The Cuban Missile Crisis was a very tense confrontation between the Soviet Union and the United States over the Soviet deployment of nuclear missiles in Cuba. ... For detail on the political scandal, see Plame affair Valerie Plame with her husband Joseph C. Wilson, photographed after her CIA identity became public knowledge. ... Robert David Novak (born February 26, 1931) is an American journalist and political figure. ... GRU is the English transliteration of the Russian acronym ГРУ, which stands for Гла́вное Разве́дывательное Управле́ние (Glavnoe Razvedyvatelnoe Upravlenie), meaning Main Intelligence Directorate. ... Agent handler is a generic term common to many intelligence organizations which can be applied to Case Officers, those who aspire to be Case officers, controllers, contacts, couriers and other assorted trainees. ... Francis Gary Powers (August 17, 1929 – August 1, 1977) was an American pilot whose U-2 spy plane was shot down while over the Soviet Union, thus causing the U-2 Crisis of 1960. ... This page is about the CIA agent; for the actor, see John Stockwell (actor). ... Harriet Tubman in 1880 Harriet Tubman (born 1820 in Dorchester County, Maryland, died March 10, 1913 in Auburn, New York), also known as Black Moses or Grandma Moses, was an African-American freedom fighter. ...

Soviet Union

KGB

  • Louis Adamic, writer and spokesman for Yugoslav immigrants. During World War II, advised the OSS on Balkan questions. Source for Golos-Bentley network via Louis Budenz
  • Otto Alleman, Du Pont chemist.
  • Aldrich Ames, CIA agent spying for the Soviet Union beginning in 1985 as a 'walk-in' to the Soviet Embassy in Washington DC
  • Rosario Ames, wife of Aldrich Ames

List of Soviet secret police agencies, the Soviet secret police agencies and their different names are as they follow chronologically. ... Louis Adamič (also Adamic) (March 23, 1898 - April 4, 1951 was a Slovenian-American author and translator. ... Otto Alleman was an American chemist who worked for Du Pont Chemical Corp. ... E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (NYSE: DD) was founded in July 1802 as a gun powder mill by Eleuthère Irénée du Pont on Brandywine Creek, near Wilmington, Delaware. ... Aldrich Ames Aldrich Hazen Ames (born June 16, 1941 in River Falls, Wisconsin) is a former Central Intelligence Agency counter-intelligence officer and analyst, who in 1994 was convicted of spying for the Soviet Union. ... The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is an American intelligence agency, responsible for obtaining and analyzing information about foreign governments, corporations, and individuals, and reporting such information to the various branches of the U.S. Government. ...

The “Berg” – “Art” Group
    • Alexander Koral, former engineer of the municipality of New York.
    • Helen Koral, Berg’s wife, housewife.
    • Richard Koral, son, student.
    • Norman Hite, engineer for the firm “Sperry Gyroscope Company” in New Jersey.
    • Elliot Goldberg, engineer for an oil equipment company in New York.
    • Byron T. Darling, engineer for the Rubber Company. [2]
    • Emma Phillips, housewife.
    • Sylvia Koral, former secretary of the code section, Office of War Information.
    • Eduardo Pekino, businessman in Caracas, Venezuela.
    • Richard Setaro, journalist/writer, former employee of the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBC), in Buenos Aires.
    • A. Slavianin
    • S. M Semenov [Semyonov], rezident, technical intelligence for the KI in Paris
    • A.A. Yatskov
    • O. V. Shimmel
    • K. A. Chugunov
  • George Blake, UK SIS officer who betrayed existence of the Berlin Tunnel under the Soviet sector and who probably betrayed Popov
  • Felix Bloch US State Department economic officer in Vienna (1981) probably blackmailed by Soviets into supplying information; not prosecuted quite likely because Hanssen warned Soviets about the investigation into him
  • Christopher John Boyce and Daulton Lee - A pair of American walk-in spies for the Soviet Union known as the Falcon and the Snowman.

Alexander Koral was an American member of the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) who headed a network of spies for Soviet intelligence during World War II called the Art or Berg group. ... Helen Koral was the wike of Alexander Koral, both were Americans who worked for Soviet intelligence during World War II. The Korals headed the Art or Berg group of Soviet spies. ... Sperry Corporation was a major American equipment and electronics company whose existence spanned more than seven decades of the twentieth century. ... Byron Thorwell Darling received a Ph. ... The United States Office of War Information (OWI) was a government agency created during World War II to consolidate government information services. ... CBC is an abbreviation for: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation (TV 8) - Located in Barbados Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting Co. ... Semyon Semenov, NY Rezidentura X-line, 1938 - 1944 Semyon Markovich Semenov, (1911–1986): graduated from the Moscow Textile Institute in 1936 with a specialty in power engineering. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Anatoliy Yatskov NY Rezidentura X-line, 1941 - 1946 Anatoli A. Yakovlev (Anatoliy Antonovich Yatskov) (31 May 1913 - March 1993) was General Consul of the Soviet Unions legation in New York City in the 1940s. ... George Blake To betray, you first have to belong. George Blake (born Georg Behar, November 11, 1922) is a former British spy who was actually a double agent for the Soviets. ... Christopher John Boyce (1953-) is an American convicted armed robber and Soviet spy. ...

Buben group
    • Louis Budenz, former member of the Central Committee of the CPUSA, former editor of the newspaper Daily Worker, professor at Fordham Catholic University.
    • Robert Menaker, commercial traveler [traveling salesman] to a variety of trade firms.
    • Frank Palmer, Place of employment unknown. Former member of the CPUSA, broke with the Communist Party in 1937. “Buben” was recruited with his assistance.
    • Salmond Franklin, without specific assignments, husband of “Rita.” Used as a “signaller” [Russian: sviazist = communications man].
    • Sylvia Caldwell, technical secretary for a Trotskyite group in New York.
    • Harry Rabinovich

The Daily Worker was a newspaper published by the Communist Party USA, a Comintern affiliated organization in New York, beginning in 1924. ... Robert Owen Menaker was an American citizen who worked for Soviet intelligence during World War II. Menaker was the son of a Russian immigrant who was imprisoned for revolutionary activity in Russia. ... Zalmond David Franklin or Salmond Franklin was a Communist Party of the United States member and KGB asset during World War II. Zalmond was married at one time to KGB operative Sylvia Callen. ... Sylvia Callen Franklin, also known as Sylvia Lorraine Callen, and Sylvia Caldwell, was a young Chicago Communist recruited by Louis Budenz into the CPUSA secret appartus about 1937. ...

Cambridge Five

The Cambridge Five (also sometimes known as the Cambridge Four) was a ring of British spies who passed information to the Soviet Union during World War II and into the early 1950s. ... Anthony Frederick Blunt (September 26, 1907 - March 26, 1983) was an English art historian and the Fourth Man of the Cambridge Five, a group of spies working for the Soviet Union during the Cold War. ... John Cairncross (July 25, 1913 – October 8, 1995) was a British intelligence officer during World War II who, along with four other men (Kim Philby, Donald Maclean, Guy Burgess and Anthony Blunt) passed secrets to the Soviet Union during the war. ... Guy Francis De Moncy Burgess (1911-1963) was a flamboyant, homosexual, British-born intelligence officer and double agent who worked for the Soviet Union, was part of the Cambridge Five spy ring within the MI5. ... Donald Duart Maclean Donald Duart Maclean (1913- 6 March 1983) was one of the Cambridge Five, members of MI5 and MI6 who acted as spies for Russia in the Second World War. ... Harold Adrian Russell Kim Philby also H. A. R. Philby (January 1, 1912 – May 11, 1988) was a high ranking member of British intelligence who led a lifelong career as a spy for the Soviet Union. ... Amalie Maternam Emil Scaria and Hermann Winkelmann in the 1882 premiere production of Parsifal Parsifal is an opera in three acts by Richard Wagner. ... Eugene Dennis (August 10, 1905 - January 31, 1961) was a long-time leader of the Communist Party USA and union organizer. ... The Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA) is one of several Marxist-Leninist groups in the United States. ... Vienna (German: Wien [viːn]; Hungarian: Bécs, Czech: Vídeň, Slovak: Viedeň, Romany Vidnya; Serbian: Beč) is the capital of Austria, and also one of Austrias nine states (Land Wien). ... The Washington Post is the largest and oldest newspaper in Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States. ... Amerasia was a journal on Far Eastern affairs, edited by Phillip J. Jaffe and Kate L. Mitchell. ... Dieter Gerhardt was a Commodore in the South African Navy, and commander of the Simonstown naval base. ... The military rank of Commodore is used in some navies for officers whose position exceeds that of a Captain, but is less than that of a flag officer. ... Orthographic projection centered on the Prince Edward Islands, the location of the Vela incident The Vela Incident sometimes known as the South Atlantic Flash was a September 22, 1979 event that was perhaps a nuclear weapon test. ... A nuclear test explosion is an experiment involving the detonation of a nuclear weapon. ... 1994 (MCMXCIV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar, and was designated the International year of the Family. ... The Toronto Star is a major metropolitan newspaper produced in the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. ... The New York Post masthead The New York Post is one of the oldest (and according to some definitions, the oldest) newspapers still published in the United States. ... Today (archaic spelling: to-day): The day after yesterday (or the day before tomorrow) The date today is Monday October 24, 2005. ... Cover from the August 30th, 2004 issue. ... Theodore Halls ID badge photo from Los Alamos. ... A physicist is a scientist trained in physics. ... Los Alamos National Laboratory, aerial view from 1995. ... Robert Hanssen Robert Philip Hanssen (born on April 18, 1944) was an FBI agent who was convicted of spying for the Soviet Union, later Russia. ... The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is a Federal police force which is the principal investigative arm of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ). ... (Willie) Vilyam Genrikovich (August) Fisher (or Fischer), (July 11, 1903–November 15, 1971), was a noted Soviet spy. ... Ferdinand Heller was the son of a wealthy American Communist. ... Edward Lee Howard (1951 - 2002) was a CIA agent that defected to the Soviet Union. ... V. J. Jerome was an American and longtime member of the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA). ... Leon Josephson was an American attorney and longtime Communist who aided the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) in their false-passport operation on behalf of Soviet intellignece in the 1930s. ... Martin David Kamen (1913 - 2002), was co-discoverer (with Sam Ruben) of the isotope carbon-14 on February 27th, 1940, at the University of California Radiation Laboratory, Berkeley. ... The University of California, Berkeley (also known as Cal, UC Berkeley, UCB, or simply Berkeley) is a prestigious, public, coeducational university situated in the foothills of Berkeley, California to the east of San Francisco Bay, overlooking the Golden Gate and its bridge. ... Control panels and operators for calutrons at the Y-12 Plant in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. ... Vladimir Kazakevich was an American and an instructor at a wartime United States Army school. ... Maurice Kowan, MD, was a Chicago doctor and Communist, who acted as a mail drop for William Crane and John Loomis Sherman while engaged in espionage activity on behalf of the Soviet Union. ... Walter G. Krivitsky (né Samuel Ginsberg) was a Colonel (Polkovnik) in the Russian/Soviet Secret Services named Cheka and NKVD. He was head of the operations in Western Europe. ... Philip Levy was an American and secretly a Communist who worked closely with Leon Josephson in espionage activity on behalf of Soviet intelligence. ... Lomanitz Ross Lomanitz (1921 - 2003) was born in Oklahoma and grew up in of Bryan, Texas. ... Clayton J. Lonetree is a Native American who served 9 years in prison for espionage. ... Jay Lovestone (1897-1990) was at various times head of the Communist Party, leader of a small oppositionist party, and foreign policy advisor to the leadership of the AFL-CIO and various unions within it. ... The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject matter. ... Alan Nunn May (May 2, 1911 — January 12, 2003) was a British atomic scientist and a spy who supplied secrets of British and American atomic bomb research to the Soviets during the Manhattan project. ... A physicist is a scientist trained in physics. ... The mushroom cloud of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, Japan, 1945, rose some 18 km (11 mi) above the epicenter. ... History of the New Masses Magazine (The Masses and The Liberator Magazine) During the the First World War, most of the people who worked for the believed that the USA should remain neutral. ... Kate Mitchell (neé Morton, undercover name: Tyler) was a fictional character in the BBC soap opera EastEnders played by Jill Halfpenny. ...

Mocase
  • Yuri Modin 30s 'recruiter' in UK
  • Will Morgan
  • Miriam Moskowitz
  • Steve Nelson
  • Harold Nicholson CIA officer who supplied information to the Soviets for a time in 1994
  • Joe North, editor of the New Masses
  • Julia Older, Office of Strategic Services; Office of War Infornation
  • Alexander Orlov KGB advisor to the Republican government during the Spanish Civil War who defected to the United States in 1938.

Jack Soble and his wife, Myra Soble, were arrested in 1957 as part of an Espionage Ring known as the Mocase. ... Myra Soble nee Perske, was born on March 18, 1904, in Nikloaev, Ukraine, Russia. ... Boris Morros (January 1, 1891 - January 8, 1963) was an American Communist Party member, Hollywood producer at Paramount Studios and Soviet agent. ... Jane Foster Zlatovski, also Jane Foster Zlatkowski, was married to George Zlatovski, a married couple who engaged in covert activities on behalf of the the Soviet Union while employed in sensitive U.S. Government wartime agencies during World War II. Foster was recruited into Soviet intelligence espionage in 1938 by... Yuri Modin (1922- present) was the KGB controller for the so called Cambridge Five, from 1944 to 1955, during which period Donald MacLean was said to have passed atomic secrets to the Soviets, and he later arranged the 1951 defections of Maclean and Guy Burgess. ... Will Morgan was an American who worked as a seaman courier for the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) secret appartus to carry material through Iran for the Comintern in 1943. ... History of the New Masses Magazine (The Masses and The Liberator Magazine) During the the First World War, most of the people who worked for the believed that the USA should remain neutral. ... Julia Older was an American who worked in the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the predecessor to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), during World War II. Older lived in Moscow in the 1930s and worked for numerous Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) organizations. ... Alexander Mikhailovich Orlov (Leiba Lazarevich Felbing) (1895 - 1973 was a Soviet espionage administrator. ... History of Spain series Prehistoric Spain Roman Spain Medieval Spain - Visigoths - Al-Andalus - Age of Reconquest Age of Expansion Age of Enlightenment Reaction and Revolution First Spanish Republic The Restoration Second Spanish Republic Spanish Civil War The Dictatorship Modern Spain Topics Economic History Military History Social History The Spanish Civil...

Perlo group

The Perlo group fits into the Venona project information when transcript # 687 of 13 May 1944 is examined. ... Victor Perlo was a member of the Ware group, and later headed a Washington DC cell of Soviet operatives. ... The War Production Board (WPB) was established in 1942 by executive order of Franklin D. Roosevelt. ... Bold textThe Office of Price Administration (OPA) was established within the Office for Emergency Management by the United States Government by Executive Order 8875 on August 28, 1941. ... The United States Department of Commerce is a Cabinet department of the United States government concerned with promoting economic growth. ... The United States Department of the Treasury is a Cabinet department, a treasury, of the United States government established by an Act of U.S. Congress in 1789 to manage the revenue of the United States government. ... The Brookings Institution is one of the oldest and best known think tanks in the United States. ... Harold Glasser was an economist in the United States Department of the Treasury and spokesman on the affairs of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) `throughout its whole life and he had a `predominant voice in determining which countries should receive aid. ... The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) was founded in 1943 to provide relief to areas liberated from Axis powers. ... Following the termination of hostilities in World War II, the Allied Powers were in control of the defeated Axis countries. ... Alger Hiss Alger Hiss (November 11, 1904 – November 15, 1996) was a U.S. State Department official and Secretary General to the founding charter conference of the United Nations. ... Charlse Kramer, orignally Charles Krevitsky was an economist for who worked for the United States Senate Subcommittee on War Mobilization and also the United States governments Office of Price Administration during World War II. Before the war he worked for the Department of Labor National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). ... Bold textThe Office of Price Administration (OPA) was established within the Office for Emergency Management by the United States Government by Executive Order 8875 on August 28, 1941. ... In the United States the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is a five-person appointed federal agency charged with conducting elections for labor union representation and with investigating and remedying unfair labor pratices. ... The United States Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) (P.L. 73-10 of May 12, 1933) restricted production during the New Deal by paying farmers to reduce crop area. ... LaFollette Civil Liberties Committee or more formally, Committee on Education and Labor, Subcommittee Investigating Violations of Free Speech and the Rights of Labor (1933-1941) began as an inquiry into a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) investigation of methods used by employers in certain industries to avoid collective bargaining with... Former Vermont Governor Dr. Howard Dean is the current Chairman of the DNC. The Democratic National Committee (DNC) is the principal campaign and fund-raising organization affiliated with the United States Democratic Party. ... Solomon Aaron Lischinsky was born in Canada to Jewish parents of Ukrainian descent. ... The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) was founded in 1943 to provide relief to areas liberated from Axis powers. ... Harry Magdoff Henry Samuel Magdoff (born 21 August 1913), commonly known as Harry Magdoff, is a prominent American socialist commentator. ... The United States Department of Commerce is a Cabinet department of the United States government concerned with promoting economic growth. ... George N. Perazich was born 20 April 1905 in Yugoslavia. ... The Foreign Economic Administration (FEA) 1940-47 The Office of Arms and Munitions Control established in the Department of State to administer provisions of Joint Resolution 67 (49 Stat. ... Allan Robert Rosenberg was born 1909, graduated from the Boston Latin School in 1926, Harvard in 1930 and harvard law School in 1936. ... The Office of Administrator of Export Control was established by Presidential Proclamation 2413, July 2, 1940, to administer export licensing provisions of the act of July 2, 1940 (54 Stat. ... Donald Nivan Wheeler was employed by the Office of Strategic Services from 1941 to 1946. ... The Office of Strategic Services (OSS) was a United States intelligence agency formed during World War II. It was the wartime (but not direct) precursor to the Central Intelligence Agency. ... Earl Edwin Pitts was a member of the FBI who, in 1996, was arrested at the FBI Academy. ... Mary Wolfe Price was an American citizen and secretary to journalist Walter Lippmann of the New York Herald. ... In espionage, Geoffrey Prime was a spy for the Soviet Union while working for GCHQ, the UK cryptography agency, during the late 50s and early 60s. ... The Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) (previously named the Government Code and Cipher School (GC&CS)) is the main British intelligence service providing signals intelligence (SIGINT). ... Cryptography has had a long and colourful history. ...

Redhead group
    • Hedwiga Gompertz, Wacek’s wife, sent to the U.S. in 1938 to carry out fieldwork assignments, defected in 1948
    • Paul Massing, scientist at Columbia University’s Institute of Social Research. Defected
    • Oscar Bernstein, lawyer, used for organizing covers for our workers in the U.S
    • Laurence Duggan (aka 19th), former employee of the State Department. Suicide.
    • Gerta Frankfurter
    • Franz Leopold Neumann, former consultant in the Department of Research and Analysis of the OSS
    • E. Y. Zarubina

From A Counterintelligence Reader [1]: Hede Massing, an Austrian-born Soviet intelligence operative who served in the United States in the 1930s . ... Hede Massing or Hedda Massing, nee Hedwiga Gompertz or Hede Gompertz, was an Austrian-born Soviet intelligence operative who served in the United States in the 1930s and wrote for the German magazine Der Spiegel. ... Paul Massing Paul Wilhelm Massing (30 August 1902 - 30 April 1979) was a German sociologist. ... Laurence Duggan, head of the South American desk at the United States Department of State during World War II. Duggan was recruited by journalist Hede Massing as a Soviet spy since the mid 1930s. ... Gerta Frankfurter was an American citizen in the 1930s who was a member of Hede Massings group that was involved in espionage in the United States on behalf of Soviet intelligence network in the 1930s. ... Franz Neumann (1900 - 1954) Franz Leopold Neumann (1900 - 1954) was born into in Katowice near Kraków which became a Polish town in 1921. ... Elizaveta Yulyevna Zarubina Elizaveta Yulyevna Zarubina (1900 – 14 May 1987). ... In World War II espionage, Rudolf Roessler was the central (and mysterious) figure in the Lucy spy ring. ... In WWII espionage, the Lucy spy ring was an anti-German operation which operated in Switzerland. ...

Rosenberg ring

The Rosenbergs Ethel Greenglass Rosenberg (1915-1953) and Julius Rosenberg (1918-1953) were American Communists who captured and maintained world attention after being tried, convicted, and executed for spying for the Soviet Union. ... Joel Barr, also Iozef Veniaminovich Berg and Joseph Berg, attended City College of New York with Julius Rosenberg and later worked with Rosenberg and Al Sarant at the United States Army Signal Corps laboratories at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey during World War II. Barr and Sarant were recruited into espionage... The U.S. Army Signal Corps was founded in 1861 by Major Albert J. Myer, a physician by training. ... Max Elitcher Because of his close friendship with Morton Sobell and Julius Rosenberg, as well as his damaging testimony, Max Elitcher was the most injurious prosecution witness in the Rosenberg case. ... Klaus Fuchs ID badge photo from Los Alamos. ... A physicist is a scientist trained in physics. ... The mushroom cloud of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, Japan, 1945, rose some 18 km (11 mi) above the epicenter. ... Harry Gold born 12 December 1910 in Philadelphia, Pennsyvania. ... David Greenglass David Greenglass (b. ... Ruth Greenglass Ruth Printz was born in 1925 in New York City, and grew up in the same neighborhood as her future husband, David Greenglass. ... William Perl, whose real name was William Mutterperl, was a student at the City College of New York. ... Morton Sobell was an engineer who worked for General Electric and Reeves Electronics on military and government contracts. ... The Rosenbergs Ethel Greenglass Rosenberg (September 28, 1915 – June 19, 1953) and Julius Rosenberg (May 12, 1918 – June 19, 1953) were American Communists who were thrust into the world spotlight when they were tried, convicted, and executed for spying for the Soviet Union. ... Alfred Epaminondas Sarant, also Filipp Georgievich Staros and Philip Georgievich Staros, was a member of the Communist Political Association in New York City in 1944 and engineer who was part of the Rosenberg spy ring that reported to Soviet intelligence in New York City. ... The U.S. Army Signal Corps was founded in 1861 by Major Albert J. Myer, a physician by training. ... The Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) was established in the United States Navy in 1882 in the wake of the American Civil War. ... Hafis Salich was a naturalized American citizen from Russia who worked for the Office of Naval Intelligence in the 1930s. ... Theodore Halls ID badge photo from Los Alamos. ... Los Alamos National Laboratory, aerial view from 1995. ...

Silvermaster group
    • Nathan Gregory Silvermaster, Chief Planning Technician, Procurement Division, United States Department of the Treasury; Chief Economist, War Assets Administration; Director of the Labor Division, Farm Security Administration; Board of Economic Warfare; Reconstruction Finance Corporation Department of Commerce
    • Helen Silvermaster (wife)
    • Schlomer Adler, United States Department of the Treasury
    • Norman Chandler Bursler, United States Department of Justice Anti-Trust Division
    • Frank Coe, Assistant Director, Division of Monetary Research, Treasury Department; Special Assistant to the United States Ambassador in London; Assistant to the Executive Director, Board of Economic Warfare; Assistant Administrator, Foreign Economic Administration
    • Lauchlin Currie, Administrative Assistant to President Roosevelt; Deputy Administrator of Foreign Economic Administration; Special Representative to China
    • Bela Gold, Assistant Head of Program Surveys, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Agriculture Department; Senate Subcommittee on War Mobilization; Office of Economic Programs in Foreign Economic Administration
    • Sonia Steinman Gold, Division of Monetary Research U.S. Treasury Department; U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Interstate Migration; U.S. Bureau of Employment Security
    • Irving Kaplan, Foreign Funds Control and Division of Monetary Research, United States Department of the Treasury Foreign Economic Administration; chief advisor to the Military Government of Germany
    • George Silverman, civilian Chief Production Specialist, Material Division, United States Army Air Forces Air Staff, War Department, Pentagon
    • William Henry Taylor, Assistant Director of the Middle East Division of Monetary Research, United States Department of Treasury
    • William Ullman, delegate to United Nations Charter meeting and Bretton Woods conference; Division of Monetary Research, Department of Treasury; Material and Services Division, Air Corps Headquarters, Pentagon
    • Anatole Volkov
    • Harry Dexter White, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury; Head of the International Monetary Fund
  • Helen Levi Simon, columnist for the Daily Worker
  • Alfred Slack

Nathan Gregory Silvermaster or Greg Silvermaster was identified by Elizabeth Bentley, a long-time “courier for the Russian Secret Police in America,” as the head of the Washington DC-based Silvermaster Soviet spy ring. ... Nathan Gregory Silvermaster or Greg Silvermaster was identified by Elizabeth Bentley, a long-time “courier for the Russian Secret Police in America,” as the head of the Washington DC-based Silvermaster Soviet spy ring. ... Helen Witte Silvermaster nee Vera Lavrow was born 19 July 1899 in Russia. ... CCP Chairman Mao Zedong with Israel Epstein (first left), Anna Louise Strong (third left), Frank Coe (second right), and Solomon Adler (first right). ... Norman Chandler Bursler was a midlevel official serving in the United States Department of Justice Anti-Trust Division during World War II and a member of the Silvermaster group of Soviet spies in Washington D.C. Bursler is named in Venona transcripts #1619-1620 KGB New York to Moscow, 20... Justice Department redirects here. ... CCP Chairman Mao Zedong with Israel Epstein (first left), Anna Louise Strong (third left), Frank Coe (second right), and Solomon Adler (first right). ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Bela Gold, also known as Bill Gold was born 30 January 1915 in Goloszvar Hungary and was married Sonia Steinman Gold in 1938. ... Sonia Steinman Gold, wife of Bela Gold, part of Elizabeth Bentley’s Silvermaster spy ring for the Soviet Union. ... Irving Kaplan worked in the United States Department of the Treasury and for the Foreign Economic Administration. ... The Allied Military Government for Occupied Territories was the form of military rule administered by Allied forces during and after World War II within European territories they occupied. ... Abraham George Silverman graduated from Harvard was considered a brilliant mathemetician and statistician who went to work in Washington D.C. in the early days of the President Franklin Roosevelts New Deal in the Railroad Retirement Board. ... The United States Army Air Forces, or USAAF, was a part of the U.S. military during World War II. The direct precursor to the U.S. Air Force, the USAAF formally existed between 1941 and 1947. ... William Henry Taylor was born in British Columbia on 30 March 1906 and studied at the University of British Columbia, and attended school with Nathan Gregory Silvermaster at the University of California where he received a Ph. ... William Ludwig Ullmann born in Springfield Missouri in 1908 attended Drury College (now Drury University), graduated Harvard Business School with an MBA in 1935. ... This law-related article does not cite its references or sources. ... The United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference, commonly known as Bretton Woods conference, was a gathering of 730 delegates from all 45 Allied nations at the Mount Washington Hotel, situated in the resort town of Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. ... Anatole Boris Volkov (1924-2000) was a courier for the Silvermaster spy ring between Washington D.C. and New York City. ... Harry Dexter White (left) and John Maynard Keynes (right) at the Bretton Woods Conference Harry Dexter White (October 1892–August 16, 1948) was an American economist and senior U.S. Department of Treasury official. ... The logo of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is the [international organization]] entrusted with overseeing the global financial system by monitoring exchange rates and balance of payments, as well as offering technical and financial assistance when asked. ... The Daily Worker was a newspaper published by the Communist Party USA, a Comintern affiliated organization in New York, beginning in 1924. ...

Sound and Myrna groups
    • Solomon Adler, United States Department of the Treasury
    • Cedric Belfrage, journalist; British Security Coordination
    • Elizabeth Bentley courier messenger for CPUSA spy rings in and around US East Coast in the 30s, testified about her activities in hearings in the 40s and 50s
    • Frank Coe, Assistant Director, Division of Monetary Research, Treasury Department; Special Assistant to the United States Ambassador in London; Assistant to the Executive Director, Board of Economic Warfare; Assistant Administrator, Foreign Economic Administration
    • Lauchlin Currie, Administrative Assistant to President Roosevelt; Deputy Administrator of Foreign Economic Administration; Special Representative to China
    • Rae Elson, an active Communist, and courier of the CPUSA underground, was chosen by Joseph Katz to replace Bentley at the Soviet front organization, U.S. Shipping and Service Corporation.
    • Frederick V. Field, Executive Secretary American Peace Mobilization
    • Edward Fitzgerald, War Production Board
    • Charles Flato, Board of Economic Warfare; Civil Liberties Subcommittee, Senate Committee on Education and Labor
    • Eva Getzov, Jewish Welfare Board
    • Bela Gold, Bureau of Intelligence, Assistant Head of Program Surveys, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Agriculture Department; Senate Subcommittee on War Mobilization; Office of Economic Programs in Foreign Economic Administration
    • Sonia Steinman Gold, Division of Monetary Research U.S. Treasury Department; U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Interstate Migration; U.S. Bureau of Employment Security
    • Irving Goldman, Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs
    • Jacob Golos
    • Gerald Graze, United States Civil Service Commission; Department of Defense, U.S. Navy official
    • Stanley Graze, United States Department of State intelligence
    • Michael Greenberg, Board of Economic Warfare; Administrative Division, Enemy Branch, Foreign Economic Administration; United States Department of State
    • Joseph Gregg, Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs; United States Department of State
    • Maurice Halperin, Chief of Latin American Division, Research and Analysis section, Office of Strategic Services; United States Department of State
    • Julius Joseph, Far Eastern section (Japanese Intelligence) Office of Strategic Services
    • Irving Kaplan, United States Department of the Treasury Foreign Economic Administration; United Nations Division of Economic Stability and Development; Chief Advisor to the Military Government of Germany
    • Joseph Katz
    • Charles Kramer, Senate Subcommittee on War Mobilization; Office of Price Administration; National Labor Relations Board; Senate Subcommittee on Wartime Health and Education; Agricultural Adjustment Administration; Civil Liberties Subcommittee, Senate Committee on Education and Labor; Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee; Democratic National Committee
    • Duncan Lee, counsel to General William Donovan, head of Office of Strategic Services
    • Bernice Levin, Office of Emergency Management; Office of Production Management
    • Helen Lowry, (Elza Akhmerova), Akhmerov wife, American-born and raised, Soviet citizen
    • Harry Magdoff, Chief of the Control Records Section of War Production Board and Office of Emergency Management; Bureau of Research and Statistics, WTB; Tools Division, War Production Board; Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, United States Department of Commerce; Statistics Division Works Progress Administration
    • Jenny Levy Miller, Chinese Government Purchasing Commission
    • Robert Miller, Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs; Near Eastern Division United States Department of State
    • Willard Park, Assistant Chief of the Economic Analysis Section, Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs; United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration
    • Victor Perlo, chief of the Aviation Section of the War Production Board; head of branch in Research Section, Office of Price Administration Department of Commerce; Division of Monetary Research Department of Treasury; Brookings Institution
    • Mary Price, stenographer for Walter Lippmann of the New York Herald
    • Bernard Redmont, head of the Foreign News Bureau Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs
    • William Remington, War Production Board; Office of Emergency Management
    • Ruth Rivkin, United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration
    • Allan Rosenberg, Board of Economic Warfare; Chief of the Economic Institution Staff, Foreign Economic Administration; Civil Liberties Subcommittee, Senate Committee on Education and Labor; Railroad Retirement Board; Councel to the Secretary of the National Labor Relations Board
    • Bernard Schuster
    • Greg Silvermaster, Chief Planning Technician, Procurement Division, United States Department of the Treasury; Chief Economist, War Assets Administration; Director of the Labor Division, Farm Security Administration; Board of Economic Warfare; Reconstruction Finance Corporation Department of
    • John Spivak, journalist
    • William Taylor, Assistant Director of Monetary Research, United States Department of Treasury
    • Helen Tenney, Office of Strategic Services
    • Lee Tenney, Balkan Division Office of Strategic Services
    • Lud Ullman, delegate to United Nations Charter meeting and Bretton Woods conference; Division of Monetary Research, Department of Treasury; Material and Services Division, Air Corps Headquarters, Pentagon
    • David Weintraub, United States Department of State; head of the Office of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation Operations; United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA); United Nations Division of Economic Stability and Development
    • Donald Wheeler, Office of Strategic Services Research and Analysis division
    • Anatoly Gorsky, (Anatoly Veniaminovich Gorsky, A. V. Gorsky), “Vadim”, former rezident of the MGB USSR in Washington
    • Olga Pravdin, former employee of the Ministry of Trade, wife of “Sergei,” the rezident in New York; author of Gorsky Memo
    • Vladimir Pravdin, “Sergei”, Tass, former rezident of the MGB USSR in New York
    • Mikhail A. Shaliapin [Shalyapin], “Stock” [“Shtok”]
    • Gaik Badelovich Ovakimian, former rezident of the MGB USSR in New York
    • A. I. Akhmerov, “Albert” – former Illegal Rezident of the MGB USSR in New York
  • Arthur Gerald Steinberg, United States Office of Scientific Research and Development
  • Michael Straight, speechwriter for President Franklin Roosevelt
  • Lev Vasilevsky, KGB Illegal Rezident Mexico City
  • John Anthony Walker US Navy senior enlisted man who spied for the Soviet Union for decades, enlisting family and friends to do so as well

Elizabeth Bentley A graduate of Vassar, Elizabeth Terrill Bentley (1905-1963) was studying in Italy at the University of Florence when she first became interested in fascism. ... CCP Chairman Mao Zedong with Israel Epstein (first left), Anna Louise Strong (third left), Frank Coe (second right), and Solomon Adler (first right). ... Cedric Henning Belfrage (born November 8, 1904 - died June 21, 1990) was a socialist, author, journalist, translator and co-founder of the radical US-weekly newspaper the National Guardian. ... The British Security Coordination was authorized by Winston Churchill in 1940 as a highly secret organization in New York to supervise the activities of the British intellignece service -- MI5, Special Operations Executive, the Secret Intelligence Service (MI6), & the Political Warfare Executive -- in the Western hemisphere. ... Elizabeth Bentley A graduate of Vassar, Elizabeth Terrill Bentley (1905-1963) was studying in Italy at the University of Florence when she first became interested in fascism. ... CCP Chairman Mao Zedong with Israel Epstein (first left), Anna Louise Strong (third left), Frank Coe (second right), and Solomon Adler (first right). ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Rae Elson, also Ray Elson was employed in the Civil Rights Committee in New York City in the 1930s and was a very active dues paying member of the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA). ... The Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA) is one of several Marxist-Leninist groups in the United States. ... Joseph Katz worked for Soviet intelligence from the 1930s to the late 1940s as one of its most active liaison agents. ... Frederick Vanderbilt Field (April 13, 1905 – (February 1, 2000) was active in the communist movement through most of his adult life. ... Protest at the White House. ... Charles Flato also Charles Floto (May 27, 1908 - January 1, 1984) was a writer, American Communist Party member and a Soviet agent. ... Bela Gold, also known as Bill Gold was born 30 January 1915 in Goloszvar Hungary and was married Sonia Steinman Gold in 1938. ... Sonia Steinman Gold, wife of Bela Gold, part of Elizabeth Bentley’s Silvermaster spy ring for the Soviet Union. ... This article contains information that has not been verified. ... Russian-born Jacob Golos (birth name Jacob Rasin orJacob Raisin) (died 1943) was a Bolshevik revolutionary and Soviet secret police operative in the USSR an longtime senior official of the Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA) involved in icovert work and cooperation with Soviet intelligence agencies. ... Gerald Graze was the brother of Stanley Graze. ... Michael Greenberg (born 28 November 1914, died 19 April, 1992), a scholar of Chinese economics and history, was alleged to have provided a Soviet spy with information during the 1940s, but was never charged with espionage. ... The Office of Administrator of Export Control was established by Presidential Proclamation 2413, July 2, 1940, to administer export licensing provisions of the act of July 2, 1940 (54 Stat. ... Joseph Gregg attended City College of New York and at the outbreak of war in Spain he travelled to that country and drove a truck for the Comintern affiliated Loyalists of the International Brigades for the duration of the war. ... Maurice Halperin secretly became a member of the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) sometime in the 1930s. ... Julius J. Joseph was an American citizen and Soviet spy. ... Irving Kaplan worked in the United States Department of the Treasury and for the Foreign Economic Administration. ... The Allied Military Government for Occupied Territories was the form of military rule administered by Allied forces during and after World War II within European territories they occupied. ... Joseph Katz worked for Soviet intelligence from the 1930s to the late 1940s as one of its most active liaison agents. ... Charlse Kramer, orignally Charles Krevitsky was an economist for who worked for the United States Senate Subcommittee on War Mobilization and also the United States governments Office of Price Administration during World War II. Before the war he worked for the Department of Labor National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). ... Former Vermont Governor Dr. Howard Dean is the current Chairman of the DNC. The Democratic National Committee (DNC) is the principal campaign and fund-raising organization affiliated with the United States Democratic Party. ... Duncan Chaplin Lee, descendant of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and protégé and trusted aide to Office of Strategic Services chief William J. Donovan, who became the NKVD’s most senior source in American intelligence. ... Bernice Levin was identified by Elizabeth Bentley as a source within the Office of Emergency Management and the Office of Production Management during World War II for information for Soviet intelligence. ... Elza Akhmerova, also Elsa Akhmerova was American born Helen Lowry. ... Harry Magdoff Henry Samuel Magdoff (born 21 August 1913), commonly known as Harry Magdoff, is a prominent American socialist commentator. ... The War Production Board (WPB) was established in 1942 by executive order of Franklin D. Roosevelt. ... The Works Progress Administration (later Works Projects Administration, abbreviated WPA), was created on May 6, 1935 with the signing of Executive Order 7034. ... Jenny Miller, nee Jenny Levy (b. ... This article is about an Soviet spy who was an American citizen. ... Willard Z. Park, anthropologist. ... Victor Perlo was a member of the Ware group, and later headed a Washington DC cell of Soviet operatives. ... Mary Wolfe Price was an American citizen and secretary to journalist Walter Lippmann of the New York Herald. ... Bernard Sidney Redmont obtained an M.S. form the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 1939 and was awarded the school’s highest honor, Pulitzer Traveling Fellowship. ... William Remington with Soviet Spy Elizabeth Bentley William Walter Remington (October 25, 1917 - November 24, 1954) was a U.S. economist and civil servant whom the Venona transcripts confirm was a spy for Soviet Union[1]; he was later convicted on perjury charges. ... Ruth Rivkin was an American who worked for the predecessor agency which later became the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) during World War II. Rivkin also was a source for Golos-Bentley network of spies that worked for Soviet intelligence and was engaged in espionage on behalf of... The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) was founded in 1943 to provide relief to areas liberated from Axis powers. ... Allan Robert Rosenberg was born 1909, graduated from the Boston Latin School in 1926, Harvard in 1930 and harvard law School in 1936. ... Nathan Gregory Silvermaster or Greg Silvermaster was identified by Elizabeth Bentley, a long-time “courier for the Russian Secret Police in America,” as the head of the Washington DC-based Silvermaster Soviet spy ring. ... The Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC) was an independent agency of the U.S. government, chartered during the administration of Herbert Hoover in 1932. ... William Henry Taylor was born in British Columbia on 30 March 1906 and studied at the University of British Columbia, and attended school with Nathan Gregory Silvermaster at the University of California where he received a Ph. ... Helen Barrett Tenney worked for the Comintern apparatus in the 1930s and funnelled information to the Soviet Union on behalf of the Spanish Communists where she learned espionage tradecraft. ... William Ludwig Ullmann born in Springfield Missouri in 1908 attended Drury College (now Drury University), graduated Harvard Business School with an MBA in 1935. ... The United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference, commonly known as Bretton Woods conference, was a gathering of 730 delegates from all 45 Allied nations at the Mount Washington Hotel, situated in the resort town of Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. ... David Weintraub worked in the United States Department of State and headed a mid-1930s New Deal project that hired a number of secret Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) members. ... Donald Nivan Wheeler was employed by the Office of Strategic Services from 1941 to 1946. ... Anatoly Gorsky London Rezident 1940-1944 Wash, D.C. Rezident 1944-46 Anatoly Veniaminovich Gorsky, or Anatoly Gromov as he was known in the United States, was born about 1907. ... The word MGB has several different meanings: MGB (USSR) was a predecessor of the KGB (secret police). ... Vladimir Pravdin was a senior KGB agent. ... You may be looking for: ITAR-TASS: Information Telegraph Agency of Russia TASS: the Usenet newsreader. ... Gaik Badalovich Ovakimian (1898-1967) was a leading Soviet NKVD spy in the United States. ... Iskhak Abdulovich Akhmerov (1901–1975) was of Tartar background and joined the Bolshevik Party in 1919. ... Michael Straight Michael Whitney Straight, (September 1, 1916 – January 4, 2004) was an American magazine publisher, novelist, patron of the arts, and a member of the prominent Whitney family. ... Franklin Delano Roosevelt (January 30, 1882–April 12, 1945), often referred to as FDR, was the 32nd (1933–1945) President of the United States. ... Lev Vasilevsky, also known as Leonid A. Tarasov, was the KGB Mexico City Illegal Rezident during much of the period of the Manhattan Project. ... John Anthony Walker Junior, born July 28, 1937, was a Chief Warrant Officer and communications specialist for the U.S. Navy, who sold his services as a spy to the Soviet Union from 1968 to 1985, the height of the Cold War era. ...

Ware group

Hal Ware , son of Ella Reeve Bloor. ... John Abt was the Chief of Litigation, Agricultural Adjustment Administration from 1933 to 1935. ... Marion Bachrach was the sister of John Abt and also a member of the Ware group, a group of government employees in the New Deal administration of President Franklin Roosevelt who were also members of the secret appartus of the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) in the 1930s. ... Henry Collins was an American citizen employed in the New Deal National Recovery Administration in the 1930s and later the Agricultural Adjustment Administration. ... John Theodore Herrmann was born in Lansing, Michigan in 1900. ... Alger Hiss Alger Hiss (November 11, 1904 – November 15, 1996) was a U.S. State Department official and Secretary General to the founding charter conference of the United Nations. ... Donald Hiss was the younger brother of Alger Hiss. ... Charlse Kramer, orignally Charles Krevitsky was an economist for who worked for the United States Senate Subcommittee on War Mobilization and also the United States governments Office of Price Administration during World War II. Before the war he worked for the Department of Labor National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). ... Victor Perlo was a member of the Ware group, and later headed a Washington DC cell of Soviet operatives. ... Lee Pressman was an American government official and Communist sympethizer during the mid-20th century. ... Abraham George Silverman graduated from Harvard was considered a brilliant mathemetician and statistician who went to work in Washington D.C. in the early days of the President Franklin Roosevelts New Deal in the Railroad Retirement Board. ... Nathaniel Weyl (born 20 July 1910, died 13 April 2005) was the son of Walter Weyl, an editor of the New Republic. ... Nathan Witt was hired by the New Deal Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA) in the early 1930s. ... Harry Dexter White (left) and John Maynard Keynes (right) at the Bretton Woods Conference Harry Dexter White (October 1892–August 16, 1948) was an American economist and senior U.S. Department of Treasury official. ... Ruby Weil was an American and secret Communist who infiltrated the Trotskyist movement as part of the Soviet intelligence operation to murder Leon Trotsky. ... William Weisband William Weisband was born in Odessa Russia in 1908 of Russian parents, Weisband emigrated to America in the 1920s and became a US citizen in 1938. ... Arlington Hall Arlington Hall was the headquarters of the US Armys Signal Intelligence Service (SIS) cryptography effort during World War II. It was named for its location in Arlington Hall Station, Arlington, Virginia—a private girls school which was commandeered during the War. ...

KGB Illegals

The KGB emblem and motto: The sword and the shield KGB (transliteration of КГБ) is the Russian-language acronym for the Committee for State Security, (Russian: â–¶(?); transliteration: Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti), and was the umbrella organisation name for (i) the principal Soviet internal Security Agency, (ii) the principal... (Willie) Vilyam Genrikovich (August) Fisher (or Fischer), (July 11, 1903–November 15, 1971), was a noted Soviet spy. ... (Willie) Vilyam Genrikovich (August) Fisher (or Fischer), (July 11, 1903–November 15, 1971), was a noted Soviet spy. ... Iskhak Abdulovich Akhmerov (1901–1975) was of Tartar background and joined the Bolshevik Party in 1919. ...

GRU

GRU is the English transliteration of the Russian acronym ГРУ, which stands for Гла́вное Разве́дывательное Управле́ние (Glavnoe Razvedyvatelnoe Upravlenie), meaning Main Intelligence Directorate. ... Robinson Bobrow (also misspelled Robinson Borrow) was a Soviet Militiary Intelligence GRU source out of the New York GRU Rezidentura during World War II. Venona traffic Bobrow is referenced in the following Venona project decrypt: 1579 GRU New York to Moscow, 28 September 1943 Reference John Earl Haynes and Harvey... Arvid Jacobson was a Finnish-American Communist, recruited for Soviet espionage in Finland by the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) - Soviet Military Intelligence (GRU) group which Whittaker Chambers headed. ...

Karl group

Whittaker Chambers in 1939 Jay Vivian (Whittaker) Chambers (April 1, 1901 – July 9, 1961) was an American writer, editor, political operative and defector best known for his accusations of, and testimony on, charges of espionage and subversion against Alger Hiss, the architect of the Yalta Conference and Secretary General of... David Zimmerman or David Carpenter was an American and mid-level official of the Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA) in Maryland. ... David Zimmerman or David Carpenter was an American and mid-level official of the Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA) in Maryland. ... Noel Field, American citizen, worked in the Western European Division of the United States Department of State in the 1930s. ... Harold Glasser was an economist in the United States Department of the Treasury and spokesman on the affairs of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) `throughout its whole life and he had a `predominant voice in determining which countries should receive aid. ... The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) was founded in 1943 to provide relief to areas liberated from Axis powers. ... Alger Hiss Alger Hiss (November 11, 1904 – November 15, 1996) was a U.S. State Department official and Secretary General to the founding charter conference of the United Nations. ... Donald Hiss was the younger brother of Alger Hiss. ... The United States Department of Labor is a Cabinet department of the United States government responsible for occupational safety, wage and hour standards, unemployment insurance benefits, re-employment services, and some economic statistics. ... The United States Department of the Interior (DOI) is a Cabinet department of the United States government that manages and conserves most federally-owned land. ... Charlse Kramer, orignally Charles Krevitsky was an economist for who worked for the United States Senate Subcommittee on War Mobilization and also the United States governments Office of Price Administration during World War II. Before the war he worked for the Department of Labor National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). ... LaFollette Civil Liberties Committee or more formally, Committee on Education and Labor, Subcommittee Investigating Violations of Free Speech and the Rights of Labor (1933-1941) began as an inquiry into a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) investigation of methods used by employers in certain industries to avoid collective bargaining with... Victor Perlo was a member of the Ware group, and later headed a Washington DC cell of Soviet operatives. ... The War Production Board (WPB) was established in 1942 by executive order of Franklin D. Roosevelt. ... Josef Peters was a Formula One driver from Germany. ... William Ward Pigman was an American citizen an Communist Party of the United States who worked in the National Bureau of Standards in the 1930s. ... Lee Pressman was an American government official and Communist sympethizer during the mid-20th century. ... The Works Progress Administration (later Works Projects Administration, abbreviated WPA), was created on May 6, 1935 with the signing of Executive Order 7034. ... CIO may mean: Chief Information Officer, a corporate title Congress of Industrial Organizations, a US trade union confederation the Central Imagery Office, a predecessor organization of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency cry it out, usually in the context of babies and their (lack of) sleeping habits. ... Frnaklin Vincent Reno was a mathematician and civilian employee at the United States Army Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland in the 1930s. ... Aberdeen is a city located in Harford County, Maryland. ... Abraham George Silverman graduated from Harvard was considered a brilliant mathemetician and statistician who went to work in Washington D.C. in the early days of the President Franklin Roosevelts New Deal in the Railroad Retirement Board. ... Henry Julian Wadleigh, former employee of Dean Acheson in the United States Department of State in the 1940s. ... Harry Dexter White (left) and John Maynard Keynes (right) at the Bretton Woods Conference Harry Dexter White (October 1892–August 16, 1948) was an American economist and senior U.S. Department of Treasury official. ... Viktor Vasilevish Sveshchnikov, also Valdimir Vladimirovich De Sveshnikov, and V.V. Sveshnikov, was a ballistics expert at the War Department in the 1930s. ... The United States Department of War was the military department of the United States governments executive branch from 1789 until 1949, when it became part of the United States Department of Defense. ... Juliet Stuart Poyntz was a founding member of the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) and directed its womens department and the New York Workers School in the 1920s. ... Categories: 1907 births | 1983 deaths | Canadian historical figures | Members of the Canadian House of Commons | Canadian communist politicians | Soviet spies | People from Quebec | People stubs ... The House of Commons (French: Chambre des communes) is a component of the Parliament of Canada, which also includes the Sovereign (represented by the Governor General) and the Senate. ... The Labour-Progressive Party was a Communist party in Canada. ... Milton Schwartz was an American who worked for Soviet Lilitary Intelligence GRU in during World War II. A decryption by the Army Signals Intelligence Corp in 1943 revealed Schwartzs activity on behalf of the GRU to be of such that value that a request to Moscow was put in...

Sorge ring
    • Chen Han-seng
    • Ozaki Hozumi
    • Yotoku Miyagi
    • Dr. Richard Sorge codename "station Ramsay", German 'journalist', spy throughout East Asia in the 30's and 40's. He was also on the Abwehr rolls -- almost certainly falsely -- while in Japan in WWII. Biggest coup: he radioed Stalin the precise launch date of Operation Barbarossa.
    • Agnes Smedley

Richard Sorge Dr Sorge aka Ramsay Richard Sorge (Russian: Рихард Зорге) (October 4, 1895 - November 7, 1944) was a revolutionary, a journalist, working in Germany and Japan, and a spy for the Soviet Union in Japan before and during World War II. NKVD codename Ramsay Sorge was born in Adjikent, Baku, Azerbaijan... Richard Sorge Dr Sorge aka Ramsay Richard Sorge (Russian: Рихард Зорге) (October 4, 1895 - November 7, 1944) was a revolutionary, a journalist, working in Germany and Japan, and a spy for the Soviet Union in Japan before and during World War II. NKVD codename Ramsay Sorge was born in Adjikent, Baku, Azerbaijan... The Abwehr was a German intelligence organization from 1921 to 1944. ... Iosif (usually anglicized as Joseph) Vissarionovich Stalin (Russian: Иосиф Виссарионович Сталин), original name Ioseb Jughashvili (Georgian: იოსებ ჯუღაშვილი; see Other names section) (December 21, 1879[1] – March 5, 1953) was a Bolshevik revolutionary and leader of the Soviet Union. ... Original German plan Operation Barbarossa (Unternehmen Barbarossa) was the German codename for Nazi Germanys invasion of the Soviet Union during World War II that commenced on June 22, 1941. ... Agnes Smedley, (February 23, 1892--6 May 1950) was an American journalist and writer known for her chronicling of the Chinese revolution. ... William Spiegel was an American amd member of the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) who allowed his apartment to be used for photographic work to Soviet Military Intelligence (GRU) as part of the secret apparatus conducting espionage on behalf of the Soviet Union in the 1930swhich was supervised... Lydia Stahl was an American assistant to Alfred Tilton, a Soviet Miltiary Inteligence (GRU) Officer in the United States in the late 1920s. ... Joseph Stenbuck was an American who while working for Soviet intelligence acted as a mail drop and receiver of stolen blueprints for Robert Osman in 1933. ... Charles Irving Velson was an American who had a long career in the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) secret apparatus and worked for Soviet Military Intelligence (GRU). ... The New York Naval Shipyard (NYNSY), also known as the Brooklyn Navy Yard , the New York Navy Yard and United States Navy Yard, New York, is located 1. ... The American Labor Party was a socialist political party in the United States active almost exclusively in the state of New York. ...

GRU Illegals

GRU is the English transliteration of the Russian acronym ГРУ, which stands for Гла́вное Разве́дывательное Управле́ние (Glavnoe Razvedyvatelnoe Upravlenie), meaning Main Intelligence Directorate. ... The United States Department of the Interior (DOI) is a Cabinet department of the United States government that manages and conserves most federally-owned land. ... Boris Devyatkin, or Dick Murzin was born in 1888 in Russia and emmigrated to the United States in 1923, and became a naturalized citizen in 1929. ... Moishe Stern or Mark Zilbert was an American and Illegal Soviet Militiary Intelligence (GRU) Officer in the United States in the late 1920s and early 1930s. ... Joshua Tamer was an American member of the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) who was involved in espionage on behalf of Soviet Military Intelligence (GRU) in the early 1930s for the network which Whittaker Chambers worked with. ... Alfred Tilton or Joseph Paquett, posed as a Canadian immigrant but was actually an Illegal Soviet Military Intelligence (GRU) Officer in the United States in the late 1920s. ... Nadezhda Ulanovsky was an American who worked as an Illegal Soviet Military Intelligence (GRU) Officer in the 1930s and was the wife of another Illegal GRU Officer, Aleksandr Ulanovsky. ... Ignacy Witczak was a GRU Illegal Officer in the United States during World War II. Ignacy Witczaks code name with the GRU and as decyphered by the Venona project and other counterintellignece investigations is identified as R. Evidence of espionage Ignacy Witczak is referenced in the following Venona decryptions...

Naval GRU

Jack Bradley Fahy was an American citizen who spied for Soviet Naval GRU during World War II. Soviet naval intelligence was much smaller than the Soviet armys GRU, and only a fraction of the size of the KGB. Fahy was born in Washington D.C. in 1908, grew up... This article contains information that has not been verified. ... The Office of Administrator of Export Control was established by Presidential Proclamation 2413, July 2, 1940, to administer export licensing provisions of the act of July 2, 1940 (54 Stat. ... The United States Department of the Interior (DOI) is a Cabinet department of the United States government that manages and conserves most federally-owned land. ... Francia Yakilnilna Mitynen aka Edna Margaret Patterson was a Soviet person born in Australia. ...

Unknown affiliation, to sort

James Armistead also known as James Armistead Lafayette, and occasionally also refered to as James Lafayette Armistead (c. ... Reinhard Gehlen (April 3, 1902 – June 8, 1979) was a Major General in the German Wehrmacht during World War II, with the position of chief of intelligence-gathering on the Eastern Front. ... Anatoliy Mikhaylovich Golitsyn (b. ... David Greenglass David Greenglass (b. ... Los Alamos National Laboratory, aerial view from 1995. ... The Rosenbergs Ethel Greenglass Rosenberg (1915-1953) and Julius Rosenberg (1918-1953) were American Communists who captured and maintained world attention after being tried, convicted, and executed for spying for the Soviet Union. ... Noor Inyat Khan (January 1, 1914 - September 11, 1944) was born of an Indian father (Inayat Khan) and an American mother (Ora Ray Baker, who was a relative of Mary Baker Eddy, founder of Christian Science). ... German soldiers at the Battle of Stalingrad World War II was the most extensive and costly armed conflict in the history of the world, involving the great majority of the worlds nations, being fought simultaneously in several major theatres, and costing tens of millions of lives. ... Mata Hari, exotic dancer and convicted spy, made her name synonymous with femme fatale during World War I. For the Indonesian supermarket/department store chain, see Matahari. ... (Major) Mykola Melnychenko (Микола Мельниченко) was a bodyguard of the former Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma. ... Ana Belen Montes is a former senior analyst at the Defense Intelligence Agency in the United States. ... John Vassall (1925 - 1996) was a British military who, having been blackmailed, spied for the Soviet Union. ... A Spymaster is a ringleader of a spy ring, run by a secret service. ... John le Carré is the pseudonym of David John Moore Cornwell (born October 19, 1931 in Poole, Dorset, England). ... Charles McCarry is a novelist whose works often concern secret history, bankers, the CIA, post-war Germany, and Richard Nixon. ...

Fictional secret agents

Parodies of secret agents: Basil Argyros is the eponymous main character of a sequence of short stories (by Harry Turtledove) set in an alternate 13th Century. ... Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer Jack Bauer is a fictional character played by Kiefer Sutherland as part of the television series, 24. ... (Redirected from 24 (TV series)) 24 is a current U.S. television action/drama series, produced by the Fox Network and syndicated worldwide. ... Cover of the first Modesty Blaise novel. ... ... Ian Fleming Ian Lancaster Fleming (May 28, 1908 – August 12, 1964) was an English author, best remembered for writing the James Bond series of novels as well as a childrens story, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. ... Felix Leiter is a fictional character invented by Ian Fleming in the James Bond books, who also appears in the Bond movies. ... The following is a list of allies found throughout the James Bond film and novel series. ... Jason Bourne is a fictional character in a series of novels by Robert Ludlum and later Eric Van Lustbader who picks up where Ludlum left off. ... Robert Ludlum (May 25, 1927 – March 12, 2001) was the author of 29 spy fiction novels. ... Sydney Anne Bristow, played by Jennifer Garner, is the main character on the television series, Alias. ... Alias is an American SpyFi television series, created by J.J. Abrams. ... One of Michael Moorcocks most popular fictional creations was Jerry Cornelius, a kind of hip secret agent of ambiguous and occasionally polymorphous sexuality; the same characters featured in each of several Cornelius books, but the individual books had little connection with one another, as a variation of the multiverse... Depiction of Joanna Dark used to publicize Perfect Dark Zero. ... The Nintendo 64, commonly called the N64, is Nintendos third home video game console. ... A computer game is a game composed of a computer-controlled virtual universe that players interact with in order to achieve a defined goal or set of goals. ... Perfect Dark (パーフェクト・ダーク in Japan; at one point the Japanese release was going to be called Red and Black) is a first-person shooter video game for the Nintendo 64 game console; developed and published by Rare. ... John Drake John Drake was the debonair and duty-bound secret agent played by Patrick McGoohan in the British television show Danger Man (1960-1962, 1964-1966) (also known as Secret Agent). ... One of a half-dozen North American DVD releases of the series. ... Web comics are comics that are available on the web. ... Basil Flint, P.I. is John Troutmans second comic strip, started after he ended his freshman strip Sporkman. ... Felicity Flint, Agent from H.A.R.M. is John Troutmans third webcomic, a spinoff of his second (Basil Flint, P.I.). It is updated every Tuesday and Thursday. ... Nicholas Joseph Nick Fury is a fictional army hero and spy, featured in Marvel Comics. ... The Black Widow is the name of several fictional characters published by Marvel Comics. ... Elektra Natchios, usually simply called Elektra, is a fictional character in Marvel Comics Marvel Universe. ... This article does not cite its references or sources. ... The Marvel Universe is the fictional shared setting where most of the comic stories published by Marvel Comics take place. ... Played by Patrick McGoohan, Number Six was the central fictional character in the 1960s television series The Prisoner. ... For the Australian television soap opera (1979), see Prisoner. ... Fictional television spy played by Patrick Macnee on the British series The Avengers and The New Avengers. ... The Avengers, John Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Emma Peel (Diana Rigg), appear on the cover of a 1994 reprint of an Avengers novel co-written by Macnee. ... The most famous incarnation of The Avengers, John Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Emma Peel (Diana Rigg) appear on the cover of a 1994 reprint of an Avengers novel co-written by Macnee. ... This article is about the film entitled Nikita a. ... In 1951, Robert Heinlein published a science fiction novel, The Puppet Masters, in which American secret agents battle parasitic invaders from outer space. ... Alex Rider is a fictional character and novel series created and written by Anthony Horowitz. ... Harry Palmer is a fictional secret agent who is the central character in a number of films based on the three of the first four spy novels by Len Deighton. ... Kim Possible is a Disney Channel original Emmy-winning animated series about a teenage crimefighter named Kim (full name is Kimberly Ann Possible) who has the task of dealing with worldwide, family, and school issues every day. ... Samantha Sam Simpson is a cartoon character from the television cartoon Totally Spies. ... Clover Ewing is a character in the television cartoon series Totally Spies. ... Alexandra Alex Vazquez is a cartoon character from the television series Totally Spies. ... Totally Spies is a French-Italian animated series. ... Spynet, a 13-minute long CBC-TV childrens show features Sam, a spy operative for a fictional Canadian spy agency, the National Espionage Task-Force (NET). ... Mrs. ... Joseph Conrad Joseph Conrad (December 3, 1857 – August 3, 1924) was a naturalized British novelist of Polish origin. ... The Secret Agent is a 1907 novel by Joseph Conrad. ... Solid Snake is the main character in the Metal Gear video game series. ... Rare childrens storybook based upon Left to right: David McCallum, Robert Vaughn, and the late Leo G. Carroll. ... Sam Fisher is the main character in the Splinter Cell series of games based on the world created by author Tom Clancy. ... The latest game in the series, Chaos Theory was released in 2005 Splinter Cell is a series of video games and novels created by American author Tom Clancy. ...

Mike Myers as Austin Powers. ... Our Man Flint was a 1966 sci-fi action film which starred James Coburn. ... The I-Spy books were spotters guides written for English children, particularly successful in the 1950s and 60s. ... Johnny English (2003) is a comic movie parodying the James Bond secret agent genre, starring Rowan Atkinson as the incompetent British spy of the title, with John Malkovich, Natalie Imbruglia and Ben Miller, and featuring a unique car chase. ... Get Smart was an American comedy television series that ran from September 18, 1965 to May 1970, and from January to February 1995. ...

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