Defense News

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

The spy who came in from the cornfields

He had all-American cover – born in Iowa, college in Manhattan, army buddies with whom he played baseball. George Koval also had a secret. He was a top Soviet spy, code-named Delmar, trained by Stalin's ruthless bureau of military intelligence.

Atomic spies are old stuff. But historians say Koval, who died last year in Moscow and whose name is just coming to light publicly, seems to have been one of the most important spies of the 20th century...Full Article.

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