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In the history of Soviet espionage in America, few people figure more crucially than Harry Gold, a Russian Jewish immigrant who spied for the Soviets from 1935 until 1950. Hornblum paints a surprising portrait of this notorious yet unknown figure.
Allen Hornblum has been executive director of Americans for Democratic Action, chief of staff of the Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office, and college lecturer. His previous books include Sentenced to Science, Acres of Skin, and Confessions of a Second Story Man. He lives in Philadelphia.
Table of Contents
|South Philadelphia||p. 3|
|A Debt Repaid||p. 23|
|The Novice Spy||p. 43|
|The Evolution of a Secret Agent||p. 59|
|Semenov, Slack, and Brothman||p. 81|
|Dr. Klaus Fuchs||p. 105|
|The Los Alamos Papers||p. 129|
|The Postwar Years||p. 154|
|The Hunt for Raymond||p. 176|
|The Fatal Words||p. 195|
|To Make Amends||p. 241|
|Prisoner 19312-NE||p. 275|
|State of Mind||p. 296|
|The Campaign for Parole||p. 319|
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