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Secret - The Rosenbergs
 
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Track 5 of The Rosenbergs 2001 album Mission: You
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The Rosenbergs: The Definitive Debate
 
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More than sixty years after their execution in June 1953 for conspiring to steal atomic secrets for the Soviet Union, debate still rages about the Rosenbergs. Mike Meeropol, the son of Julius and Ethel, has spent his life in pursuit of the real story behind his parents’ secret lives, their trials, their convictions for espionage, and ultimately their executions.Sam Roberts, journalist for The New York Times, is the author of The Brother, a book written with exclusive access to David Greenglass, Ethel’s brother, whose testimony almost single-handedly convicted the couple. In this extraordinary debate, these renowned Rosenberg scholars— with very different perspectives—take on the divisive issues and key questions that remain despite the declassification of intelligence files from the United States and the Soviet Union. Dr. Vince Houghton, historian and curator of the International Spy Museum and an expert on nuclear intelligence, moderated this authoritative debate on the Rosenberg case.This event took place April 21, 2015.
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Rosenbergs - Secret
 
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The Rosenbergs LIVE in Atlanta, GA 2001 David Fagin - Lead vocals / Guitar Evan Silverman - Bass Joe Mahoney - Lead Guitar / Vocals Joe Darone - Drums / Vocals
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Remembering David Greenglass and The Rosenberg Spy Case
 
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The Atomic Spies And the Brother Who Turned Them In THE MOST IMPORTANT AMERICAN SPY CASE OF THE 20TH CENTURY David Greenglass was a minor figure at Los Alamos in the Manhattan Project. He also happened to be the brother of Ethel Rosenberg, and in the 1940’s, her husband, Julius, was recruited in New York City to be the agent in charge of a Soviet spy ring. Greenglass and the Rosenbergs were tried and convicted of passing nuclear secrets to the Soviets during World War II. In 1953, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed in part due to the testimony of Greenglass. The Rosenberg spy case is a major part of American Cold War history and has been the subject of debate for decades. David Greenglass (March 2, 1922 – July 1, 2014) was an atomic spy for the Soviet Union who worked on the Manhattan Project. He provided testimony that helped convict his sister and brother-in-law Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, who were executed for their spying activity. Greenglass served nine and half years in prison. He later claimed that, at the urging of prosecutors, he lied at the Rosenbergs' trial, falsely implicating his sister Ethel Rosenberg, to protect himself and his wife. He was born on March 2, 1922, in Manhattan, New York City, on the Lower East Side. His parents, Theresa (Feit) and Barnet Greenglass, were Jewish immigrants from Russia and Austria. He attended Haaren High School, and graduated in 1940. He attended Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute but did not graduate.[1] Greenglass married Ruth Printz in 1942, when she was 18 years old. The two joined the Young Communist League shortly before Greenglass entered the U.S. Army in 1943. A machinist at the Army base in Jackson, Mississippi, Greenglass was promoted to sergeant and assigned to the secret Manhattan Project, the wartime project to develop the first atomic weapons. He was first stationed at the massive uranium enrichment facility at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and later worked at the Los Alamos laboratory in New Mexico. Greenglass related how he slept through the first test of the atomic bomb and made artificial diamonds at the Los Alamos machine shop where he worked.[citation needed] Julius Rosenberg became a Soviet agent working under Alexander Feklissov. In September 1944, Rosenberg suggested to Feklissov that he should consider recruiting his brother-in-law, David Greenglass and his wife. Feklissov met the couple and on 21st September, he reported to Moscow: "They are young, intelligent, capable, and politically developed people, strongly believing in the cause of communism and wishing to do their best to help our country as much as possible. They are undoubtedly devoted to us (the Soviet Union)."[2] David wrote to his wife: "My darling, I most certainly will be glad to be part of the community project (espionage) that Julius and his friends (the Russians) have in mind."[3] After Julius Rosenberg recommended his sister-in-law Ruth Greenglass to his NKVD superiors for the use of her apartment as a safe house for photography, the NKVD realized that David was working on the Manhattan Project. David Greenglass was then recruited into Soviet espionage by his wife at Rosenberg's behest.[4] Julius Rosenberg was relieved of his duties by the NKVD after government officials had discovered his membership in the Communist Party and fired him from the United States Signal Corps. David began to pass nuclear secrets to the Soviet Union via the Soviet courier Harry Gold and more directly with a Soviet official in New York City. Greenglass was a spy for about two years, from November 1944 until he left the military in 1946. According to the Venona project intercepts decrypted by the NSA between 1944 and sometime in the 1970s, both David and his wife Ruth were given code names. David was codenamed "KALIBR" and Ruth "OSA".[4] After the war Greenglass, his brother Bernie, and Julius Rosenberg ran a small machine shop which had failed by 1947. Their shop was located in Manhattan in New York City. He continued his contacts with the Soviets after World War II independently of Julius Rosenberg.[5] In 1950, UK and US intelligence agencies discovered that a Los Alamos theoretical physicist, Klaus Fuchs, had spied for the USSR during the war. Through Fuchs' confession, they found that one of his American contacts had been a man named Harry Gold from Brooklyn, New York. Gold had passed Fuchs' information on to a Soviet agent, performing the role of courier, and Anatoli Yakovlev would then pass the information on to his controllers in the USSR. Through Gold, the FBI's trail led to Greenglass and the Rosenbergs, who had allegedly also used Gold as a courier. When Fuchs was first captured, Julius allegedly gave the Greenglasses $5,000 to finance an escape to Mexico. Instead, they went to the Catskills and used the money to seek legal advice.
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Project VENONA vs Rosenbergs
 
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1950s top secret project VENONA discovers the espionage ring of the Rosenbergs, who passed US military secrets on the atomic bomb to the Soviets. the Rosenbergs were executed in June 19, 1953 after being convicted in 1951 and allowed numerous special appeals. Later declassified documents revealed beyond doubt that the Rosenbergs were not innocent, they were guilty. chronology of Rosenberg case: http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/rosenb/ros_time.htm
Secrets Lies and Atomic Spies ✪ PBS Nova Documentary Channel
 
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We always have to keep in mind that a Documentary, after all, can tell lies and it can tell lies because it lays claim to a form of veracity which fiction doesn't. Some of the documentaries are made just to discredit some particular person, party, organization, system etc, but most of them here on TDF are non biased, without prejudice and worth watching.
Today in History June 19, 1953 - Rosenbergs executed
 
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On this day in 1953, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, who were convicted of conspiring to pass U.S. atomic secrets to the Soviets, are executed at Sing Sing Prison in Ossining, New York. Both refused to admit any wrongdoing and proclaimed their innocence right up to the time of their deaths, by the electric chair. The Rosenbergs were the first U.S. citizens to be convicted and executed for espionage during peacetime and their case remains controversial to this day. Julius Rosenberg was an engineer for the U.S. Army Signal Corps who was born in New York on May 12, 1918. His wife, born Ethel Greenglass, also in New York, on September 28, 1915, worked as a secretary. The couple met as members of the Young Communist League, married in 1939 and had two sons. Julius Rosenberg was arrested on suspicion of espionage on June 17, 1950, and accused of heading a spy ring that passed top-secret information concerning the atomic bomb to the Soviet Union. Ethel was arrested two months later. The Rosenbergs were implicated by David Greenglass, Ethel’s younger brother and a former army sergeant and machinist at Los Alamos, the secret atomic bomb lab in New Mexico. Greenglass, who himself had confessed to providing nuclear secrets to the Soviets through an intermediary, testified against his sister and brother-in-law in court. He later served 10 years in prison. The Rosenbergs vigorously protested their innocence, but after a brief trial that began on March 6, 1951, and attracted much media attention, the couple was convicted. On April 5, 1951, a judge sentenced them to death and the pair was taken to Sing Sing to await execution. During the next two years, the couple became the subject of both national and international debate. Some people believed that the Rosenbergs were the victims of a surge of hysterical anti-communist feeling in the United States, and protested that the death sentence handed down was cruel and unusual punishment. Many Americans, however, believed that the Rosenbergs had been dealt with justly. They agreed with President Dwight D. Eisenhower when he issued a statement declining to invoke executive clemency for the pair. He stated, “I can only say that, by immeasurably increasing the chances of atomic war, the Rosenbergs may have condemned to death tens of millions of innocent people all over the world. The execution of two human beings is a grave matter. But even graver is the thought of the millions of dead whose deaths may be directly attributable to what these spies have done.” History.com Like our Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/lichsuvietnamquavideoclip Visit our Website ► http://lichsuvietnamvideo.com Watch us Live http://youtube.com/tatmedia/live
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The Rosenbergs - Overboard [Undergrads]
 
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This song was played in the last episode of Undergrads. I noticed Youtube didn't have this song. So enjoy, Oh and don't forget to leave comments :D Here's the download link for the The song Overboard ;D New Limelinx Link: http://limelinx.com/files/3f7edf7ea6c81823a23cb0ae851f612f Enjoy the music :D Album Name: The Rosenbergs - Mission:You Release Date: February 21st 2001 1. Sucking On A Plum 2. Paper And Plastic 3. Little Lie 4. In Pursuit 5. Secret 6. Houseboat 7. Drug Of Choice 8. Fast Asleep 9. After All 10. Soaked In Polyester 11. Overboard
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Julius & Ethel Rosenberg gravesite at Wellwood Cemetery in Farmingdale
 
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The grave site of convicted and executed spies Julius and Ether Rosenberg at Wellwood Cemetery, a predominately Jewish cemetery located in Farmingdale Long Island NY, Section 5 Row G near the intersection of Axiba Dr and North Ave if you are interested in visiting. It was shot on June 19th 2013 on the 60th anniversary of their execution at around 6:45PM, almost to the minute of their pre-sundown executions.The cemetery actually closes at 4:30PM but you can actually hop over a waist high wall near the enterence. My visit was merely a curiousity to see what if any atmosphere was going on the 60th anniversary of their deaths. There were no flowers but someone left rocks on the grave which is consistent with Jewish practice. I also felt it was unusual that people who were so controversial to the general public in life would have such an easily accessible gravesite. Usually people such as Ted Bundy, Timothy McVeigh, Jeffery Dahmer and most recently the late Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev are either buried in unmarked graves or cremated. The Rosenbergs were convicted two years earlier of attempting to sell the Soviets the secrets of how we built the atomic bomb, which obviously would have had dire consequences for us if they were successful. Ironically their scheduled execution time was around 11PM on 6/16/53 which would have fallen right onto the Jewish Sabbath. When their lawyers attempted to delay the execution on those grounds the US Government actually pushed it up a few hours to 8PM, just prior to sunset time in New York at this time of the year. So their lawyers actually cost them a few hours of life. Julius went to the chair first followed by his wife. I believe the bodies were buried under the shrubbery. They left behind two young sons.
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The Execution Of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg
 
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Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were United States citizens who were executed on June 19, 1953 after being convicted of committing espionage for the Soviet Union. They were accused of transmitting nuclear weapon designs to the Soviet Union; at that time the United States was the only country with nuclear weapons. They also provided top-secret information about radar, sonar, and jet propulsion engines to the USSR.[1][2][3]
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The Truth about accused atomic spies Ethel and Julius Rosenberg
 
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This is an interview with KGB agent Alexander Feklisov where he explains the truth about accused atomic spies Ethel and Julius Rosenberg who were electrocuted to death in 1953. Feklisov explains that Ethel was just a housewife and should never have been arrested. She was arrested by the FBI to try and force her husband Julius to tell his secrets. Julius had no big secrets to share. Yes he was one of Feklisov's agents but he was collecting electronic and radar secrets he was not the central agent for collecting the atomic secrets. He introduced his brother-in-law David Greenglass to the Soviets to share what he knew from his job at Los Alamos the secret center where they were building the atomic bomb. He was just a machinist and had little to offer. The Soviets quickly discovered he had little to offer and dropped him.
Sons of Julius & Ethel Rosenberg Ask Obama to Exonerate Their Mother in Nuclear Spy Case
 
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http://democracynow.org - Two brothers are making a last-ditch appeal to President Obama to clear their mother’s name. Michael and Robert Meeropol are calling on Obama to posthumously exonerate their mother, Ethel Rosenberg. She, along with their father, Julius Rosenberg, was charged with conspiring to share nuclear secrets with the Soviet Union and executed on June 19, 1953. At the time, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover accused the couple of committing "the crime of the century." The government alleged the Rosenbergs, along with Morton Sobell, helped the Soviet Union acquire the secret of the atomic bomb. But supporters say there’s no evidence that Ethel Rosenberg took part in espionage. A new report by the Seton Hall School of Law suggests Ethel was used by the government as a pawn for leverage in its attempt to build a case against her husband. We speak to Robert Meeropol, the younger son of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg. He was six years old at the time of their execution. Democracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs weekdays on nearly 1,400 TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. Watch our livestream 8-9AM ET: http://democracynow.org Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today: http://democracynow.org/donate FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: https://twitter.com/democracynow YouTube: http://youtube.com/democracynow SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/democracynow Daily Email: http://democracynow.org/subscribe Google+: https://plus.google.com/+DemocracyNow Instagram: http://instagram.com/democracynow Tumblr: http://democracynow.tumblr.com Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/democracynow iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/democracy-now!-audio/id73802554 TuneIn: http://tunein.com/radio/Democracy-Now-p90/ Stitcher Radio: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/democracy-now
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The Rosenbergs - Crockett & Tubbs
 
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Wasn't on Youtube, so here you go.
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Rosenbergs - Paper & Plastic
 
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The Rosenbergs LIVE on METRO's "Studio Y" 1-09-2001 in support of their album, "Mission: You" on Discipline Global Mobile. The Rosenbergs are: David Fagin - Lead vocals / Guitar Evan Silverman - Bass Joe Mahoney - Lead Guitar / Vocals Joe Darone - Drums / Vocals
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Atomic Spies Julius & Ethel Rosenberg Sentenced to Death 1951 Universal Newsreel
 
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BBC Two, Timewatch, Spies in the Sky, 1994 Documentary revealing details of secret spy flights made by the RAF over the Soviet Union in the 1950s as part of an undeclared 20-year espionage war. more at March 29, 1951: DEATH FOR A-SPIES Rosenbergs Get Top Penalty in Atom Trial From Universal News V24 R455 1951-04-05. Public domain film from the US National. Spies in the Sky Timewatch Documentary about the Cold War Please click subscribe button if you want more video ! Thanks for watching :) BBC Two, Timewatch, Spies in the Sky, 1994 Documentary.
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secret love - Johnny Rosenberg
 
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Johnny Rosenberg singing secret love www.johnnyrosenberg.nl
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The Rosenberg Spies
 
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Jewish Communist spies Julius and Ethel Greenglass Rosenberg were executed after having been found guilty of passing atomic secrets on to the Jewish Bolshevik regime in Russia. Their spying activity also led to the indirect deaths of thousands of American soldiers in Korea.
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The Rosenbergs American Justice
 
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Rosenbergs Atomic Spies
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Atomic Spies Julius & Ethel Rosenberg Sentenced to Death 1951 Universal Newsreel
 
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more at http://quickfound.net March 29, 1951: "DEATH FOR A-SPIES Rosenbergs Get Top Penalty in Atom Trial" From Universal News V24 R455 1951-04-05. Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julius_and_Ethel_Rosenberg Julius Rosenberg (May 12, 1918 – June 19, 1953) and Ethel Greenglass Rosenberg (September 25, 1915 – June 19, 1953) were American citizens executed for conspiracy to commit espionage, relating to passing information about the atomic bomb to the Soviet Union. In 1995, the U.S. government released a series of decoded Soviet cables, codenamed VENONA, which confirmed that Julius acted as a courier and recruiter for the Soviets, but which were ambiguous about Ethel's involvement. The other atomic spies who were caught by the FBI offered confessions and were not executed, including Ethel's brother, David Greenglass, who supplied documents to Julius from Los Alamos and served 10 years of his 15-year sentence; Harry Gold, who identified Greenglass and served 15 years in Federal prison as the courier for Greenglass; and a German scientist, Klaus Fuchs served nine years and four months. Morton Sobell, who was tried with the Rosenbergs, served 17 years and 9 months of a 30-year sentence. In 2008, Sobell admitted he was a spy and implicated Julius Rosenberg in a conspiracy to provide the Soviets with classified atomic information... Julius Rosenberg joined the Army Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, in 1940, where he worked as an engineer-inspector until 1945. He was fired when the U.S. Army discovered his previous membership in the Communist Party. Important research on electronics, communications, radar and guided missile controls was undertaken at Fort Monmouth during World War II. According to a 2001 book by his former handler Alexandre Feklisov, Rosenberg was originally recruited by the NKVD on Labor Day 1942 by former spymaster Semyon Semenov. He had been introduced to Semenov by Bernard Schuster, a high-ranking member of the Communist Party USA as well as Earl Browder's personal NKVD liaison. In fact, Feklisov, a lifelong Communist, was covering the role of Jacob Golos, who in 1942 passed the Communist "information" cell of young engineers headed by Julius Rosenberg into direct contact with the Soviet operatives in New York. After Semenov was recalled to Moscow in 1944, his duties were taken over by Feklisov. According to Feklisov, Rosenberg provided thousands of classified (top secret) reports from Emerson Radio, including a complete proximity fuse, an upgraded model of which was used to shoot down Gary Powers' U-2 in 1960. Under Feklisov's administration, Rosenberg is said to have recruited sympathetic individuals into NKVD service, including Joel Barr, Alfred Sarant, William Perl and Morton Sobell. The Venona intercept shows that Julius Rosenberg (code name LIBERAL) was the head of this particular spy ring. According to Feklisov, he was supplied by Perl, under Julius Rosenberg’s direction, with thousands of documents from the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, including a complete set of design and production drawings for the Lockheed's P-80 Shooting Star... In January 1950 the U.S. discovered that Klaus Fuchs, a German refugee theoretical physicist working for the British mission in the Manhattan Project, had given key documents to the Soviets throughout the war. Fuchs identified his courier as Harry Gold, who was arrested on May 23, 1950. Gold confessed and identified Sergeant David Greenglass, a former machinist at Los Alamos, as an additional source. Greenglass confessed to having passed secret information on to the USSR through Gold. Though he initially denied any involvement by his sister, Ethel Rosenberg, eventually he claimed that she knew of her husband's dealings and typed some documents for him. He also claimed that her husband, Julius, had convinced her sister-in-law Ruth Greenglass to recruit David while on a visit to him in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1944. He said Julius had passed secrets, and linked him and Ethel to the Soviet contact agent Anatoli Yakovlev... The Rosenbergs were convicted on March 29, 1951, and on April 5 were sentenced to death by Judge Irving Kaufman under Section 2 of the Espionage Act of 1917, 50 U.S. Code 32 (now 18 U.S. Code 794)... The Rosenbergs were transferred to the New York State-run Sing Sing Correctional Facility in Ossining for execution. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed in the electric chair at sundown on June 19, 1953...
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The Rosenbergs   Overboard
 
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Rosenbergs executed Jun 19, 1953
 
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Rosenbergs executed Jun 19, 1953 ------------- On this day in 1953, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, who were convicted of conspiring to pass U.S. atomic secrets to the Soviets, are executed at Sing Sing Prison in Ossining, New York. Both refused to admit any wrongdoing and proclaimed their innocence right up to the time of their deaths, by the electric chair. The Rosenbergs were the first U.S. citizens to be convicted and executed for espionage during peacetime and their case remains controversial to this day. Julius Rosenberg was an engineer for the U.S. Army Signal Corps who was born in New York on May 12, 1918. His wife, born Ethel Greenglass, also in New York, on September 28, 1915, worked as a secretary. The couple met as members of the Young Communist League, married in 1939 and had two sons. Julius Rosenberg was arrested on suspicion of espionage on June 17, 1950, and accused of heading a spy ring that passed top-secret information concerning the atomic bomb to the Soviet Union. Ethel was arrested two months later. The Rosenbergs were implicated by David Greenglass, Ethel’s younger brother and a former army sergeant and machinist at Los Alamos, the secret atomic bomb lab in New Mexico. Greenglass, who himself had confessed to providing nuclear secrets to the Soviets through an intermediary, testified against his sister and brother-in-law in court. He later served 10 years in prison. The Rosenbergs vigorously protested their innocence, but after a brief trial that began on March 6, 1951, and attracted much media attention, the couple was convicted. On April 5, 1951, a judge sentenced them to death and the pair was taken to Sing Sing to await execution. During the next two years, the couple became the subject of both national and international debate. Some people believed that the Rosenbergs were the victims of a surge of hysterical anti-communist feeling in the United States, and protested that the death sentence handed down was cruel and unusual punishment. Many Americans, however, believed that the Rosenbergs had been dealt with justly. They agreed with President Dwight D. Eisenhower when he issued a statement declining to invoke executive clemency for the pair. He stated, “I can only say that, by immeasurably increasing the chances of atomic war, the Rosenbergs may have condemned to death tens of millions of innocent people all over the world. The execution of two human beings is a grave matter. But even graver is the thought of the millions of dead whose deaths may be directly attributable to what these spies have done.”
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The Rosenbergs
 
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A video made by our freinds at Red Line Productions who have offically joined forces with us here at Dream Maker Productions so enjoy this is about a trial that took place during the cold war a Mr Rosenberg who was a communist in america which was accused of sending top secret information to the Soviet Union and was found guilty.
Venona: A Real-Life Spy Thriller - Decoding Soviet Espionage in America (1999)
 
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The majority of historians are convinced of the historical value of the Venona material. Intelligence historian Nigel West believes that "Venona remain[s] an irrefutable resource, far more reliable than the mercurial recollections of KGB defectors and the dubious conclusions drawn by paranoid analysts mesmerized by Machiavellian plots." However, a number of writers and scholars have taken a critical view of the translations. They question the accuracy of the translations and the identifications of covernames that the NSA translations give. Writers Walter and Miriam Schneir, in a lengthy 1999 review of one of the first book-length studies of the messages, object to what they see as the book’s overconfidence in the translations' accuracy, noting that the undecrypted gaps in the texts can make interpretation difficult, and emphasizing the problem of identifying the individuals mentioned under covernames.[58] To support their critique, they cite a declassified memorandum, written in 1956 by A. H. Belmont, who was assistant to FBI director J. Edgar Hoover at the time.[59] In the memo, Belmont discusses the possibility of using the Venona translations in court to prosecute Soviet agents, and comes out strongly opposed to their use. His reasons include legal uncertainties about the admissibility of the translations as evidence, and the difficulties that prosecution would face in supporting the validity of the translations. Belmont highlights the uncertainties in the translation process, noting that the cryptographers have indicated that "almost anything included in a translation of one of these deciphered messages may in the future be radically revised." He also notes the complexities of identifying people with covernames, describing how the personal details mentioned for covername "Antenna" fit more than one person, and the investigative process required to finally connect "Antenna" to Julius Rosenberg. The Schneirs conclude that "A reader faced with Venona's incomplete, disjointed messages can easily arrive at a badly skewed impression." Many of the critiques of the Venona translations have been based on specific cases. The Schneirs' critique of the Venona documents was based on their decades of work on the case of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg. Another critique of the Venona translations came from the late Rutgers University law professor John Lowenthal, who as a law student worked as a volunteer for Alger Hiss's defense team, and later wrote extensively on the Hiss case.[61] Lowenthal's critique focused on one message (Venona 1822 KGB Washington-Moscow 30 March 1945),[62] in which the comments identified the covername 'Ales' as "probably Alger Hiss." Lowenthal raised a number of objections to this identification, rejecting it as "a conclusion psychologically motivated and politically correct but factually wrong."[63] Lowenthal's article led to an extended debates on the 'Ales' message,[64] and even prompted the NSA to declassify the original Russian text.[65] Currently Venona 1822 is the only message for which the complete decrypted Russian text has been published. Victor Navasky, editor and publisher of The Nation, has also written several editorials highly critical of John Earl Haynes' and Harvey Klehr's interpretation of recent work on the subject of Soviet espionage.[31] Navasky claims the Venona material is being used to "distort … our understanding of the cold war" and that the files are potential "time bombs of misinformation."[10] Commenting on the list of 349 Americans identified by Venona, published in an appendix to Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America, Navasky wrote, "The reader is left with the implication—unfair and unproven—that every name on the list was involved in espionage, and as a result, otherwise careful historians and mainstream journalists now routinely refer to Venona as proof that many hundreds of Americans were part of the red spy network."[10] Navasky goes further in his defense of the listed people and has claimed a great deal of the so-called espionage that went on was nothing more than "exchanges of information among people of good will" and that "most of these exchanges were innocent and were within the law."[11] According to historian Ellen Schrecker, "Because they offer insights into the world of the secret police on both sides of the Iron Curtain, it is tempting to treat the FBI and Venona materials less critically than documents from more accessible sources. But there are too many gaps in the record to use these materials with complete confidence."[66] Schrecker believes the documents established the guilt of many prominent figures, but is still critical of the views of scholars such as John Earl Haynes, arguing, "complexity, nuance, and a willingness to see the world in other than black and white seem alien to Haynes' view of history." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venona_project
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Fast Asleep - The Rosenbergs
 
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Track 8 of The Rosenbergs 2001 album Mission: You
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Secrets Lies & Atomic Spies | PBS America
 
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PBS America | Sky 534 | Virgin Media 243 | pbsamerica.co.uk This documentary tells the story of the Venona project, a remarkable feat of cryptanalysis that began in 1943 and continued through the Cold War years, decoding messages sent by Soviet intelligence agencies. The programme features interviews with several surviving officials involved with Venona, including codebreaker Meredith Gardner and retired FBI agent Robert Lamphere. The two exposed a vast network of spies operating in the US, including highly placed agents at the clandestine facility in Los Alamos, New Mexico, where the atomic bomb was designed and built. The Venona project did not become public knowledge until 1995, fifteen years after it was discontinued, but its disclosure has caused scholars to reassess the history of the Cold War. Among the Russian agents revealed by Venona was Los Alamos scientist Klaus Fuchs, who was tried and convicted for espionage in 1950. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were prosecuted as the leaders of the Soviet atom spy ring and executed in 1953. The programme also tells the story of Los Alamos scientist Ted Hall, who was identified by Venona but never confessed and managed to escape prosecution, even though his espionage gave the Soviets the key to designing their first nuclear weapon.
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Testimony From Rosenberg Brother Released in Famous Spy Case
 
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According to secret court records unsealed Wednesday, the brother of Ethel Rosenberg, who was a star witness against his sister and brother-in-law in a sensational Cold War atomic spying case, minimized his dealings with his sister during an earlier appearance before a grand jury and said that they had never discussed her role "at all." The revelation may heighten public suspicion that Ethel Rosenberg was wrongly convicted and executed in an espionage case that captivated the country at the height of the McCarthy-era frenzy about Communist allegiances. Rosenberg and her husband Julius were put to death in 1953 after being convicted of conspiring to steal secrets about the atomic bomb for the Soviet Union, though they maintained their innocence until the end. Historians and lawyers who reviewed the transcript said it appears to lend support to both sides of a dueling narrative — that Ethel Rosenberg was framed in an overzealous prosecution even as her husband seems to have played a central role in an intricate spy ring. http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/386c25518f464186bf7a2ac026580ce7/Article_2015-07-15-US--Rosenberg%20Spy%20Case/id-ec7ac3b3cc134642be8f9af854bdf5f2 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by Wochit using http://wochit.com
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Ethel and Julius Rosenberg - Martyrs for Peace
 
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Third video in my "Martyrs Project". Julius Rosenberg was charged with passing atomic bomb secrets to the Soviet Union. The US government also charged his wife, Ethel, mainly in hopes of forcing a confession from Julius. Both professed their innocence until the end. While it has since come to light that Julius may have provided information to the USSR, it was not information that led to their obtaining atomic weapons. And, either way, Ethel was not involved. Both tried to make the world a better place for everyone. Both were courageous. The words to the accompanying song, Kol Ha'olam Kulo, a song about courage, translates from Hebrew as: The whole world is a very narrow bridge a very narrow bridge a very narrow bridge The whole world is a very narrow bridge - A very narrow bridge. And the main thing to recall - is not to be afraid - not to be afraid at all. And the main thing to recall - is not to be afraid at all.
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History of the Julius and Ethel Rosenberg Case
 
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In this discussion about the history of Soviet espionage in the United States, a panel of historians and professors examines the effects that Soviet spies had on the American public's mentality and on history itself. They also look at the lives of some of these infamous Soviet spies, most notably those involved in the Rosenberg case.
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Testimony From Rosenberg Brother Released in Famous Spy Case
 
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The brother of Ethel Rosenberg was a star trial witness against his sister and brother-in-law in a sensational Cold War atomic spying case. And according to secret court records unsealed Wednesday, David Greenglass never implicated his sister in an earlier appearance before a grand jury, and said that they had never discussed her role "at all". The revelation may heighten public suspicion that Ethel Rosenberg was wrongly convicted and executed. The espionage case captivated the country at the height of the McCarthy-era frenzy about Communist allegiances. Rosenberg and her husband Julius were put to death in 1953 after being convicted of conspiring to pass secrets about the atomic bomb to the Soviet Union. They maintained their innocence until the end. http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/386c25518f464186bf7a2ac026580ce7/Article_2015-07-15-US-Rosenberg-Spy-Case/id-8782fce89fb84db7990f4789f8fd7684 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by Wochit using http://wochit.com
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Rosenbergs - In Pursuit
 
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The Rosenbergs LIVE in Los Angeles, CA 8/2/01 at International POP Overthrow David Fagin - Lead vocals / Guitar Evan Silverman - Bass Joe Mahoney - Lead Guitar / Vocals Joe Darone - Drums / Vocals
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The Rosenbergs - Houseboat
 
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From the album Mission: You. All rights reserved. (I don't own the rights to this record)
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Rosenbergs - Paper & Plastic
 
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The Rosenbergs perform LIVE on the Oxygen Network's 'Trackers' television show in 2000.
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Little Lie - The Rosenbergs
 
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Track 3 of The Rosenbergs 2001 album Mission: You
ATOM SPIES
 
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(15 Mar 1951) Morton Sobell leaves New York's Federal Court; an electronics expert, he's accused with Julius Rosenberg, electrical engineer, of conspiring to give Russia vital secrets of the Atom Bomb. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a703a544b56b4e3b8ad8241b8ffa345d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Robert Meeropol Reacts to Ruling in Rosenberg Case
 
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Robert Meeropol, younger son of Ethel & Julius Rosenberg, reacts to court's decision to release secret Grand Jury testimony used to indict his parents' in the 1950's at the height of the McCarthy Era. www.rfc.org
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Ruby Dee excerpt from Unknown Secrets
 
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This is an excerpt from "Unknown Secrets: Art & the Rosenberg Era", a film produced by Green Mountain Post Films that explores the relationship between art and politics through the lens of artistic response to the Rosenberg Case and the Red Scare of the 1950's. Commies. Atom Spies. Fellow Travelers. For more than forty years these, and other phrases, helped keep the Cold War alive. For those who wish to understand the origins of the Cold War, UNKNOWN SECRETS: Art and the Rosenberg Era provides a dramatic introduction. No story from that dark era provokes more debate than the arrest, trial, and execution of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. Convicted of conspiring to pass the secret of the atom bomb to the Soviets, the Rosenbergs were electrocuted on June 19, 1953. Dozens of books have been written about the case. But, until now, it was virtually unknown that scores of artists and writers, including Picasso and Leger, Arthur Miller and Adrienne Rich, had also expressed themselves about the Rosenbergs. UNKNOWN SECRETS is rich with art and literature from the 1950's to the present. The dramatic literary readings by Ed Asner, Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Tony Randall, and others powerfully bring to life the paintings, sculpture, photographs, and archival footage of the characters in the Rosenberg story and the climate of the times. Based on a compelling book and nationally touring art exhibit, UNKNOWN SECRETS looks back at what happened, deciphering the language of the Cold War, and the place of art in politics, from the days of Joe McCarthy to those of George W. Bush . Produced and Directed by: Daniel Keller, Charles Light, Rob Okun Music by: Patty Carpenter Performed by Patty Carpenter and Tom McClung
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The Pursuit - The Rosenbergs
 
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Track 4 of The Rosenbergs 2001 album Mission: You
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The Realness: Will Rosenberg Go To The Nicki Minaj Concert?
 
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After the Summer Jam debacle, Rosenberg kicks the realness on going to Nicki Minaj secret location concert. Catch the Realness on Hot 97 weekdays at 7:20AM and 8:20AM
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Rosenberg - "The New Religion" and the Swastika
 
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The New Religion of the Swastika Cross Cunha Alvarenga Among the Gnostic groups that gave birth to Nazism were the Vril Society and the Thule Group, or Thule Gesellschaft, both in Germany. The Vril Society was established in Berlin around the late 19th or early 20th century, and the Thule Group was founded by the Baron Rudolf von Sebottendorf in Munich in 1918. The known journalist and writer Dietrich Eckart, who sponsored Hitler in his first political campaign, was a member of the Thule Society. A private ceremony of the S.S. The author of Hitler and the Cathar Tradition, Jean M. Angebert, affirms about Rudolf Hess, Alfred Rosenberg, Dietrich Eckart, Karl Haushofer, and Max Amann: "All these people, as far as I could verify, belonged to secret societies, either to the Thule Group or the Vril Society. It is not surprising, therefore, that all of them were involved in performing the rites of the new religion of the Swastika cross. "Once a political base, financial support and a secret society that could control Hitler were established, the National Socialist Party was transformed into the war machine of these new Gnostics. They had at their disposal a formidable detonator, Adolf Hitler, the chosen man with the qualities to awaken Germany from its lethargic sleep and become the docile instrument of his magical designs. On his deathbed in 1923, Dietrich Eckart confessed to his intimate friends: 'Follow Hitler. He will dance according to the music I wrote. We gave him the means to communicate with them [no explanation as to who he meant by them]. Do not lament my death, because through him I will influence History more than any other German'" (p. 209). http://www.traditioninaction.org/History/G_005_NaziGnostic04.html
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5 Famous Spies in History
 
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5 Famous Spies in History #5. The Rosenbergs Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were most famous spies in history. They were American Communists who worked for Soviet secret agency KGB. They were known for passing nuclear secrets to the Soviet Union. Julius joined KGB in 1942 and was one of their top ranking spies. He also recruited many others to the agency. He passed information regarding America’s aeronautical and nuclear research to KGB, along with his wife and brother-in-law Sergeant David Greenglass. #4. Aldrich Ames Aldrich Ames was a CIA officer who worked for Soviet Union during the cold war. He approached KGB with information in exchange of money, which he was lacking due to his extravagant lifestyle. Ames provided KGB with the identities of CIA spies working in Soviet Union, numbering around a hundred. The CIA noticed the loss of their ranks and Ames was found responsible in the further investigation. He was arrested and given a life sentence. #3. The Cambridge Five The Cambridge Five were a group of Soviet spies who worked in British secret service during the Second World War. The group’s name comes from the fact that they all became Marxists when they studied in Cambridge. The most popular among them was Kim Philby who provided the Soviets with details of American and British spies, resulting in the deaths of many of them. Other members of the group were Donald Duart Maclean, Guy Burgess and Anthony Blunt while the last one was never identified. #2. Sidney Reilly Known as the ‘Ace of Spies’, Sidney Reilly was born as Sigmund Georgievich Rosenblum in Russia. He acted as a spy for a few nations and led an extravagant life. He is famous for his plan to assassinate Soviet leader Lenin. Although the plan failed, he escaped with brilliance. Reilly was not as lucky when he tried to overthrow the Soviet government in 1925. He was caught by the Soviets and was executed. #1. Richard Sorge Possibly most famous spies in history. Sorge was one of the iconic spies ever, who acted as a spy for Soviet Union during the Second World War. He started as a intelligence agent in 1920s and made Japan his playground. He learned of the plans of Germany and Japan regarding Soviet Union and informed them. He was arrested by the Japanese in 1941 and was executed. 10 Famous Spies in History, 10 Of The Most Famous Spies In History, Top 10 Famous Spies in History, 10 Most Famous, Daring and Dangerous Spies , Top 10 Famous Spies, 10 Most Brilliant Double Agent Spies in History, 7 of the Greatest Spies Who Ever Lived, Top 10 Beautiful Lady Spies from History, famous fictional spies, famous spies in movies, top 10 famous cia agents, famous british spies famous female spies famous spies of the cold war famous spy code names famous soviet spies
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History Brief: Cold War Spies
 
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This video gives a brief description of spies convicted of aiding the Soviet Union During the Cold War. Teachers, check out our store on TpT: http://bit.ly/2fSXb3V *** Music Provided by Piano Horror: https://www.youtube.com/user/Killtastrophe001 The song is available here: http://bit.ly/SHClawfinger *** Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ReadingThroughHistory/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bigmarshdawg77/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigmarshdawg77 Check out our TpT store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Reading-Through-History Check out our website: http://readingthroughhistory.com/ Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational, or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. *** Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigmarshdawg77 In this video: -Alger Hiss is accused of being a communist -Whittaker Chambers testifies with his Pumpkin Papers -The Pumpkin Papers are explained -Alger Hiss is sentenced to 44 months in prison -Hiss maintains his innocence -Ethel and Julius Rosenberg are accused of aiding the Soviet Union's quest for an atomic bomb -Ethel and Julius Rosenberg are put on trial -Ethel and Julius Rosenberg are found guilty -Ethel and Julius Rosenberg are executed
The Rosenbergs - Soaked in Polyester
 
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Rosenberg in pursuit
 
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Good song Undergrad pics, nothing special so just try and enjoy the music
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Traitors Within - Spies Who Sold Out America
 
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Former KGB, CIA and FBI agents analyze six recent high-profile cases where double agents compromised America's security.
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The Rosenbergs - Drug Of Choice
 
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From the album Mission You - All rights reserved. (I don't own the rights to this song)
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Rosenbergs - After All
 
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Artist: The Rosenbergs Album: Mission: You Label: Discipline Global Mobile USA Year of Release: 2001 David Fagin - Lead vocals / Guitar Evan Silverman - Bass Joe Mahoney - Lead Guitar / Vocals Joe Darone - Drums / Vocals
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