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Klaus Fuchs, atom spy.

by Robert C. Williams

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge, Mass, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fuchs, Klaus, -- 1911-1988.

  • ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15104130M
    ISBN 100674505409
    OCLC/WorldCa233550268

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Atomic Spy shows the real Klaus Fuchs--who he was, what he did, why he did it, and how he was caught. His extraordinary life is a cautionary tale about the ambiguity of morality and loyalty, as pertinent today as in the s. Length: pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced 4/5(12).

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CHAPTER • The Return Home was published in Klaus Fuchs, Atom Spy on page Biographer Greenspan (The End of the Certain World) reconsiders Soviet spy Klaus Fuchs (–) in this richly detailed work.

Born in Germany, Fuchs became a member of the Communist party. Fuchs was one of the experts who helped develop the first nuclear bomb and early plans for more advanced weapons.

He proved himself to be an. Another book about Mr. Fuchs, by an American historian, Robert Chadwell Williams, is ''Klaus Fuchs, Atom Spy.'' Dr.

Fuchs was the recipient of various East German party and Government honors. Klaus Fuchs, Atom Spy. Robert Chadwell Williams. The espionage case of Klaus Fuchs, who betrayed British and American atomic secrets to the Soviet Union, touched off a witch hunt in the United States that led to the capture of the Rosenbergs and many other alleged spies.

Her book, Not Made by Slaves: Ethical Capitalism in the Age. Notes was published in Klaus Fuchs, Atom Spy on page Synopsis Drawing on much hitherto unpublished information this book reveals the role of Klaus Fuchs, the Nazi refugee, a quiet but brilliant physics student who concealed his Communist convictions.

He worked at Bristol and Edinburgh universities and was recruited into the atom bomb project. In Reviews: 1. Robert Chadwell Williams's Klaus Fuchs, Atom Spy (Nonfiction Forecasts, Sept. 25) concentrates largely on Fuchs as traitor and on the failure of Allied security to tab him early on.

Moss's book, on the other hand, is primarily a psychological study which comes closer to capturing the elusive character of the man than have other by: 6. Get this from a library. Klaus Fuchs, atom spy. [Robert C Williams] -- "The espionage case of Klaus Fuchs, who betrayed British and American atomic secrets to the soviet Union, touched off a witch hunt in the United States that led to the capture of the Rosenbergs.

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Citation Information. Klaus Fuchs, Atom Spy. Harvard University Press. Pages: v–vi. ISBN (Online): DOI.