TRIALS: My Friend, Yakovlev

The buxom, pretty matron spoke up very clearly in the quiet Manhattan federal courtroom. Calmly, Mrs. David Greenglass, mother of two small children, told court and jury some of the incidents of her domestic life. She told how, in 1945, when she was living in Albuquerque, she and her husband had a visit from a man named Harry Gold. The incident was to set the Greenglasses apart forever from their fellow citizens in the U.S. They delivered to Gold some atomic information stolen from the secret atomic project at Los Alamos, where...

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