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Intelligence - United States

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Harald S. Frederiksen papers

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-GAMMS450
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The collection is composed of several short typed manuscripts by Frederiksen discussing his personal history and involvement in the OSS, as well as a variety of recommendations and reports on Frederiksen from colleagues, and one of his jailers. Additional documents include application and reference forms prepared by Frederiksen for the U.S. government, and some correspondence relating to his employment plans after leaving Vienna.

Raymond L. Garthoff papers

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-130104
Collection level scope/content note This collection reflects Garthoff’s lifelong interest in the intelligence community and the Cold War. The bulk of the collection is newsprint or copies of news articles, and scholarly articles and copies of books on intelligence topics, frequently with marginalia and comments by Garthoff. While some sources are in Russian, the majority of the collection is in English. The collection is divided into two series, one comprised of intelligence coverage in news sources from 1943 to 2010, and the...

Edward P. Gazur papers

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-GAMMS352
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Edward P. Gazur Papers (1 Box, 1.5 linear feet) consist of a typed manuscript by Edward P. Gazur entitled, "Me and the KGB General: The Secret Odyssey of KGB Master Spy Alexander Orlov." The manuscript is divided into 27 chapters, and also includes introductory material, a prologue, a postcript, and what Gazur calls a "Basic Intelligence Primer," containing a brief history of Russian intelligence operations and common terms used by agents. The manuscript was written between 1999 and 2001,...