By Glenn Hastedt, Mildred Vasan
Espionage: A Reference guide illuminates the murky underworld of espionage and counterespionage efforts within the usa and worldwide. Combining an instructional therapy of the explanations and forces that form espionage with narrative debts of ways spying and secret agent catching are performed, this can be the single paintings of its type to hide Benedict Arnold, J. Edgar Hoover, the CIA, the KGB, and Jay Pollard, multi functional volume.Though unique awareness is concentrated at the American event, British, Soviet, and Israeli situations are offered, in addition to fresh international occasions of terrorism and ethnic clash, offering a different comparative viewpoint at the foreign forces at the back of spying.
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McCarthy’s charges were never documented, but his speech set off a nationwide search for communists and communist sympathizers within the government and in positions of influence throughout American society. The most politically charged investigation was into the activities of former State The Cold War 15 Department employee Alger Hiss. Two weeks before McCarthy’s speech, Hiss had been convicted of perjury for having denied that he passed secret material to Whittaker Chambers, a communist agent.
In 1991 Ames deposited $91,100 into his accounts. The following year he deposited $187,000. 4 million. By contrast, Ames’s yearly salary with the CIA was $69,843. It did not take long for the Soviets to act on Ames’s information. As the CIA report into the Ames affair observes, “in 1985 and 28 Espionage in the United States 1986, it became increasingly clear to officials within the CIA that the Agency was faced with a major CI problem. A significant number of CIA Soviet sources began to be compromised, recalled to the Soviet Union, and, in many cases, executed” (Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, House of Representatives 1994, 14).
One operative was a CIA officer, Edward Lee The Cold War 27 Howard; the other, Ronald Pelton, worked for the National Security Agency (NSA). Ames reported all of the information given by Yurchenko to his KGB handlers. The CIA had known for two years that Howard was a spy but had not informed the FBI. He had been allowed to resign from the agency and now lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Now aware of his activities, the FBI confronted Howard, who eluded them and fled to Russia. Pelton was caught after six months of intensive investigation.