The Billion Dollar Spy
David Hoffman talked about his book, The Billion Dollar Spy: A true Story of Cold War Espionage and Betrayal, about Adolf Tolkachev, a Russian engineer who worked for the Soviet military and became a spy for the U.S. The secrets Tolkachev passed along helped the U.S. defeat Soviet radar during the Cold War. close
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David E. Hoffman Contributing Editor Washington Post
Lisa Sizemore Interim Director Louisville (KY) Free Public Library
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