Military historian Ben Macintyre recalled the life of Soviet intelligence officer Ursula Bolton, who assumed a false identity in an English village in the years leading up to the Cold War as she gathered information to help the Soviet Union build an atomic bomb. This was a virtual event hosted by the National World War II Museum in New Orleans. close
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Robert Citino Executive Director Institute for the Study of War and Democracy
Jeremy Collins Manager National World War II Museum->Conference Programs
Ben Macintyre Author
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