AUTHORNewman, Bernard
TITLESoviet Atomic Spies
PUBLISHERRobert Hale Limited
CITYLondon, England
DATE PUBLISHED1952
ISBNn/a


Written shortly after the detonation of the first Soviet atomic bomb, this book tells the story of Soviet spies during World War II and their involvement with the atomic bomb. It addresses such topics as the search for plutonium and the quest to recruit spies, as well as the organization of the Soviet spy network. The author speculates about the disappearance of the Italian-born scientist, Dr. Bruno Pontecorvo, claiming that he was possibly a spy for the former Soviet Union.



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