AUTHORRomerstein, Herbert / Breindel, Eric
TITLEThe Venona Secrets: Exposing Soviet Espionage and America’s Traitors
PUBLISHERRegnery Publishing Inc
CITYWashington D.C

This book about Soviet espionage, especially during World War II and the early Cold War, uses declassified communications intelligence material produced by the top secret U.S. "Venona" project. Arguing that the documents show that the Communist Party of the United States was entirely devoted to the interests of the Soviet Union, the authors claim that many high-ranking U.S. government officials, including Harry Hopkins, were spies for the Soviet Union. Three chapters discuss atomic espionage, including the case of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. The book is written by a former investigator for the House Un-American Committee (HUAC) and is printed by a conservative U.S. publishing house.

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