Venona Decoding Soviet Espionage in America
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Description: Only in 1995 did the U.S. government reveal the existence of the Venona messages. This is the story of the Venona Project & the decoding of Soviet plans & espionage activities, so sensitive that even President Truman was unaware of its existence.
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Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Yale University Press
Publication date: 8/11/2000
Size: 4.75" wide x 7.50" long x 1.25" tall
|A Note about Transcription of the Documents|
|Introduction: The Road to Venona|
|Venona and the Cold War|
|Breaking the Code|
|The American Communist Party Underground|
|The Golos-Bentley Network|
|Friends in High Places|
|Spies in the U.S. Government|
|Hunting Stalin's Enemies on American Soil|
|Industrial and Atomic Espionage|
|Soviet Espionage and American History|
|Source Venona: Americans and U.S. Residents Who Had Covert Relationships with Soviet Intelligence Agencies|
|Americans and U.S. Residents Who Had Covert Relationships with Soviet Intelligence Agencies but Were Not Identified in the Venona Cables|
|Foreigners Temporarily in the United States Who Had Covert Relationships with Soviet Intelligence Agencies|
|Americans and U.S. Residents Targeted as Potential Sources by Soviet Intelligence Agencies|
|Biographical Sketches of Leading KGB Officers Involved in Soviet Espionage in the United States|