Ernest Hemingway as a World War II Spy
Military and intelligence historian Nicholas Reynolds talked about the services of World War I veteran and author Ernest Hemingway and… read more
Military and intelligence historian Nicholas Reynolds talked about the services of World War I veteran and author Ernest Hemingway and other family members as spies for the United States during the second World War. He showed some pictures as he talked about Hemingway’s adventurous exploits and the larger than previously acknowledged impact of his espionage during the war, as well as his connections to the Soviet Union. Mr. Reynolds also responded to questions from members of the audience at the International Spy Museum.
This Smithsonian Resident Associate Program was part of the series “Great Spies of World War II: Garbo, Baker, de Clarens...and Hemingway?” held in collaboration with the International Spy Museum. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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