Espionage and the Manhattan Project
“Espionage and the Manhattan Project” was a panel of the “70th Anniversary of the Manhattan Project” symposium held at the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington, D.C.
Robert S. Norris talked about George Koval, an American citizen who spied for the Soviet Union for almost ten years and supplied them with information about the… read more
Robert S. Norris talked about George Koval, an American citizen who spied for the Soviet Union for almost ten years and supplied them with information about the atomic bomb. James Schoke and Ben Bederson, veterans of the Manhattan Project, talked about working with Mr. Koval and three other Soviet spies wanting to gain information on the atomic bomb.
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Benjamin Bederson Engineer (Former) Manhattan Project
Cynthia "Cindy" Kelly President Atomic Heritage Foundation
Robert Standish Norris Senior Research Associate Natural Resources Defense Council->Nuclear Program
James Schoke Special Engineer (Former) Manhattan Project
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