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The "Jekyll-Hide" espionage case...

Atomic secrets given to Soviet Union...



Item # 628342

February 11, 1950

THE NEW YORK TIMES, February 11, 1950

* A-Bomb spy for Russia admits guilt
* The "Jekyll-Hide" espionage case


The headline "Fuchs Admits Giving Soviet Atom Secrets From 1942 On, But Says He Quit Year Ago", "Russia Charges F.B.I. Taps U.N. Wires, 'Uses' Lies' Aides", "M'Mahon Satisfied By New Bomb Plan", "Ex-Red Alien Loses Deportation Fight", "Rebuff To Communists Reported In Student Poll in Eastern Berlin", and more. The main article tells of the "Jekyll-Hide" espionage case. This issue reports of Dr. Klaus Fuchs' confession, and more.
This is a complete rag-edition issue and is in very nice condition. See photos for full details.

Category: The 20th Century

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