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This book is very difficult to put down once started Robert J. Lamphere's book moves along quickly, and treats the investigations in sufficient detail without becoming dull.

This book is very difficult to put down once started. It amazes one to realize that one special agent, in a 14 year career, was involved in cracking the KGB code, identifying Klaus Fuchs as a spy, and bringing Julius and Ethel Rosenberg and their ring to justice. Robert J. And having rubbed shoulders with J. Edgar Hoover, James Angleton, and British double agent Kim Philby, his first person reminiscences are fascinating. This is history that leaps off the page.

Lamphere, Robert J; Shachtman, Tom, 1942 .

Lamphere, Robert J; Shachtman, Tom, 1942-. Lamphere, Robert J, United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation, Soviet Union. Komitet gosudarstvennoĭ bezopasnosti, Intelligence officers. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

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Following World War II, FBI Special Agent Robert J. Lamphere set out to uncover the .

Tom Shachtman has written twenty-five books, including the best-selling "The Gilded Leaf" (with Patrick Reynolds), as well as documentaries for all of the major television networks.

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A Special Agent Indeed! By Thriftbooks. com User, June 10, 2004. This book is very difficult to put down once started.

Robert J. Lamphere (1918–2012) was former an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) involved in the cases of atomic spies Klaus Fuchs, Harry Gold, Julius Rosenberg, and Ethel Rosenberg. Lamphere (1918–2012) was former an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) involved in the cases of atomic spies Klaus Fuchs, Harry Gold, Julius Rosenberg, and Ethel Rosenberg, as well as British spy Kim Philby. He had a hand in every major Soviet spy case from the end of World War II through the mid-1950s. Robert Joseph Lamphere was born on February 14, 1918, in Wardner, Idaho and grew up in Mullan, Idaho, where his father had mining rights

Following World War II, FBI Special Agent Robert J. Lamphere set .

Recounts the project of decoding secret Russian messages intercepted during World War II and recalls the identification and interrogation of Soviet agents

Comments: (6)

HappyLove
Great Book, great incite on a period I am researching, talks about all the players and HOW they all related in Soviet spy network in America, and the infighting of Hoovers FBI
Nilador
Very informative book.
Otiel
Well written and untangles a very tangled plot. Clarifies why and how this very intelligent group got together based on foggy idealistic fascination with Marx. Lenin et al or anti-Nazi/Fascist leanings and became traitors. Just before reading this I slogged through the "Venona Secrets," which splatters just about all the facts, but is a very difficult quasi-academic read. This book clarifies the plot(s).
EXIBUZYW
This book is very difficult to put down once started. It amazes one to realize that one special agent, in a 14 year career, was involved in cracking the KGB code, identifying Klaus Fuchs as a spy, and bringing Julius and Ethel Rosenberg and their ring to justice. Robert J. Lamphere's book moves along quickly, and treats the investigations in sufficient detail without becoming dull. And having rubbed shoulders with J. Edgar Hoover, James Angleton, and British double agent Kim Philby, his first person reminiscences are fascinating. This is history that leaps off the page.
Gaeuney
Could have used an historical update
Siatanni
A detailed account of the battle between Russian spies and FBI sleuths by someone right in the middle of it all.Lamphere chose to write this book as an answer to recent efforts to question the guilt of atomic spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.A great companion read to Richard Rhodes' Making of the Hydrogen Bomb.
The FBI-KGB War: A Special Agent's Story download epub
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Author: Robert J. Lamphere
ISBN: 0394541510
Category: History
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Random House; 1st edition (May 12, 1986)
Pages: 320 pages