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Espionage
Some Cold War fears were legitimate as evidenced by documented cases of espionage. Fear of Bolshevik ideas infiltrating the U.S. were present even before the formation of the U.S.S.R. Espionage activities had very real consequences, as several high profile spies discovered. With a potential clash of superpowers ever present throughout the Cold War, each side yearned for any information they could find about what the other was doing.
Communist Symbols

Communist Symbols

July 7, 1942

Propaganda and Espionage

Propaganda & Espionage

April 16, 1942

Concerns over Bolsheviks

Bolshevik Propaganda

June 1919

Code of Conduct

U.S. v. Slack

1950-1955

 
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