Another “Atomic Spy” Passes On

R. R. Furman, 93, Dies; Led Bomb-Project Spying

Robert R. Furman, a former Army major who as chief of foreign intelligence for the American atomic bomb project in World War II coordinated and often joined harrowing espionage missions to kidnap German scientists, seize uranium ore in Europe and determine the extent of Nazi efforts to build the bomb, died Oct. 14 at his home in Adamstown, Md. He was 93.

"Harrowing espionage missions", eh?  Enough to make you wonder who else’s path he might have crossed… anybody we know?

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One Response to Another “Atomic Spy” Passes On

  1. kevin says:

    That led me to Moe berg, who looks interesting, especially his sanskrit knowledge

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