Ann Hagedorn profiled American-born Soviet spy, George Koval, who was able to secure security clearance to the U.S. atomic bomb project and relay confidential information to the Soviet Union during the Cold War. This was a virtual event hosted by the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. close
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- Ann Hagedorn Author
Andrew Hammond Historian and Curator International Spy Museum
Amanda Ohlke Director International Spy Museum->Adult Education
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