Kunststoffe started in 1964 as a mold-making shop with 6800 sq ft of production area and 22 employees.
Both of them, we now know unambiguously from Venona cables, were Soviet spies
In the end, Washington's Continental Army prevailed, thanks in no small part to an intrepid (brave) few who were America's first spies
has spied on its enemies since the days of George Washington (who recruited spies
for the Revolutionary Army), the Central Intelligence Agency, the government's most famous spy agency, was only established in 1947.
With the dawn of the cyber-age, a new generation of spies
has added computer modems, satellite cameras, and even encoded messages in microscopic DNA to their spy gear.
Moreover unlike other American spies
Pollard was never charged with treason and hence, his supporters argue, he should not be treated harshly.
steal valuable business information rather than military information--which is worth less now that the Cold War is over--and the advanced technologies of American companies are particularly tempting targets for them.
Even security professionals and federal law enforcement personnel seem to believe that caught spies
have long been the subject of behavioral science study.
Although many attempts were made by the allies to fool the Germans about the invasion, this work focuses on one attempt--the providing of false information from these five double cross spies
about the place of the invasion.
NEW YORK, May 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Forget what you think you know about spies
and the tools they use.
Byers is the incredible biography of the life of one of the Soviet Unions greatest spies
during the Cold War.
Instead, spooks and spies
must make do with the International Spy Museum, a techno-slick for-profit enterprise that opened a few years ago among Washington's downtown tourist warrens, right between a high-class hotel and a brewpub.
I'm certain that our CIA and/or other so-called intelligence agencies have our spies
in many other countries around the world, both allies and enemy.
de Toledano, who interviewed the secretive Gouzenko on more than one occasion and is one of the foremost experts on the atom bomb spies
, wrote of May's treason:
During the Revolutionary War, American spies
discovered secret British plans and fooled the British about what General Washington was up to.