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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 3, March 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date March 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
Genre
  • journals (periodicals)
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  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript N ROY COHN #W ttie ATOM SPIES Cohn's historic interrogation of David Greenglass sent Julius and Kthcl Rosenberg to the chair. The Rosenberg case became world-famous in 1953 when Communists s,Mighl clemency and wanted publicity, lint at the time of the trial in 1951, it was lost in tlle ulacc from the Kelunvei- hearings. Facts) Forum News begins serialization from record of trial. —Wide World Photo Roy Cohr. questioned Greenglass. Selections from the testimony of '""I Greenglass, with Roy Colin as ""■nneap.r. March <>. 1951. ,. t- Vour sister is the defendant Mrs. ""'I Greenglass Rosenberg; is thai ""'i','.-i ? J»- That is hue. i- And another defendant, Julius Ro- ~erg. is your brother-in-law ? '■ lhal i- true. , .■ Now. in 1943 did you enter the "?) of the United States? o ' did' j -■ Now. am I correct in stating thai jj.r"ig the- next year, July. 1943, le. . * 1944, you we're stationed al \ari- I;* Posts, Army posts, throughout the "''"dS ..y " 0 ' Was' ,„■'■ Now, in July of 194 I. did you re- ')'' a new assignment? (jAj" lo what location? At whal loca- \, ■ 1" Oak Ridge, Tennessee, the Rattan Project.' [' W hen was that? ,,' tl Mas July. I'll I. 'he H* you at that time know whal t . Manhattan District Projeel of the '''"'I States \inn was? , ' I did not. i:i '' ' "ii know now it was the projeel || -e of construction of lhe atomic 'Hlli is thai correel ? 0 ' ''" l|j(j' Now. when vou were oul al Oak |^ft. Tennessee, in July of 1944. how C "id you -ta\ oul there? i(' \lioui |,,,, weeks. -iv,. ,u- during thai period were you ." 'Hn security lectures? n U:|>' ■.,„;•, »id thev the concern tin- new i lulies e "''"' to undertake? ,,' »», thev did. " n,'i'' you i.el.I anything aboul the Ts FORUM NEWS, March, 1955 nature "I those duties and the nature ol the work al Manhattan Project? \. I was. Q. W hat were you lold? A. I was told thai il was a secret project. (,). Were \ou told al lhal lime what weis going on at lhal project, whal was leciiiL' constructed ? V No. Q. ^1 mi were told nothing about thai. is that correct? \. Nothing al all. Q. Was the Espionage Act mentioned to you in connection with revealing any information as to what weis going on in the Manhattan Project? \. It was. Q. After your [wo weeks' orientation ;il Oak Ridge, Tennessee, were you then assigned to reporl to some other place in the I nited States? A. I was. Q. Where was that? A. I.os Alamos. New Mexico. 0. How did you go oul there? A. Train all the way. Q. Aboul when did you reporl al Los Mamos? V. Vugust, 1944. Q. When you reported at Los Alamos were you given certain instructions concerning the duties you were to pursue out there? A. I was inten iewed for a job. (). Did there come a lime when you were told thai you would work as a machinist in the shop? V That is righl. (I. Wen- you told ai thai time the nature of the work being done at Manhattan Projeel? \. No. Q. Weis the facl thai it was secret reaffirmed to you ? \. It was. Q. Were you told jusl how much you were to know about what weis going on al Manhattan Projeel ? A. I was told I was to know as much as wee- necessar) to elei mv job. 0. Ami nothing more? A. Nothing more. (,). Now. would you tell us at ihis point when it was that you learned for the first time thai the Manhattan Project Districl was the district of the [Inited States Arirn concerned with the construction of lhe atomic bomb? A. W hen my wife | Ruth Print/ Greenglass] came to visit me in November, I'll I. she told me thai Julias hull said that I uas working on the atomic bomb. [ Emphasis supplied. | Q, And thai was the firsl you knew of il? A. Thai was the firsl I knew of it. Q. A ou had never been lold thai by anybody in an official capacity eel the I 'nited Stales government? A. No, sir. Q. During the first few months you did nol know just what was being done' at Los Alamos? A. That's right. Q. Now. I think vou said vein were assigned to work as a machinist? A. I was. (,). And where, physically, was your work done? A. It was al a shop called the "E" building shop or the "student shop" in the technical area al Los Alamos. Q. Did the "!'" group have a head or a leader? A. Ii did. His name was Kistiakowski. Q. Is that Dr. George I!. Kistiakowski of Ilarv end 1 niv ci-itv ? A. Thai's right. (,). And do you know what his professional standing is. in what field he is known? A. Acs. I do. He is a thermodynamics man. Pane 49 >
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