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How Klaus Fuchs’s treachery may have averted Armageddon

27 July 2019

9:00 AM

27 July 2019

9:00 AM

When Klaus Fuchs started passing atomic secrets to the KGB, he changed the course of world events. Forget about Philby and the Cambridge Five, that preening group of loudmouths that still dominate our national history of Soviet treachery. In his own quiet, devastating way, Fuchs proved more significant than all of them put together.

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