Spying on Science: Western Intelligence in Divided Germany 1945-1961

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Index
Abschöpfung 266, 269
Abwehr 133, 296
Adamo, Hans 203
Adenauer, Konrad 100, 107
'Policy of Strength' 6, 51, 190
Admiralty 36, 43, 109
Aeronautical Research Institute, Völkenrode 35
agents-in-place 40, 79
Agfa factory, Wolfen 42, 177
Agudzeri Research Institute, Sukhumi 216
Air Intelligence 87
Air Ministry 87
air-target intelligence 82, 105–18, 275–7, 278
aircraft:
British: Chipmunk 101; 'V bombers 106
Soviet: Iak-15: 275; Il-28: 164; M-4 ('Bison') 282; MiG-9: 275; MiG-15: 275; MiG-21: 228;Tu-4: 71
US: B-29: 71; B-52: 286; RB-45C: 279; U-2: 12, 15, 110, 279–80, 281, 297, 299, see also overflights of USSR
airfields:
British: Habbaniya, Iraq 278
USSR 110; Borki 282; Ramenskoye 282, 287; Toplistan 282
Albania 107, 195, 290
Aldan 112
Aleksin heavy water plant 111
Allied Control Council Law No. 9: 19
Allied Control Council Law No. 25: 24
Al-Qa'eda 4, 15
Alsos Mission 20
Altai 66, 219
Ambrose, Stephen 290
Andreyev, Professor 43
Angarsk 215, 219–20
anthrax 20
antibiotics 3, 20–1
anti-Communism 90, 120, 123, 129, 170
see also resistance organizations
'antipodal bomber' 73–4
Antropov, P. Ia. 212–13, 217–19, 283
Arbeitsgemeinschaft Ost-West-Hilfe 128
Ardenne, Baron Manfred von 178–80, 182, 183, 189
Argentina 98
Armenia 111
Arzamas-16: 214, 220
Ärztliche Beratungsstelle Ost, seeVereinigung für Kulturelle Hilfe
Askania factory, East Berlin 30–1, 40, 189
assassination (of scientific personnel) 4
associations (business and professional):
Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Luftfahrttechnik 91
Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker 93
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft 91
Verband Technisch-Wissenschaftlicher Vereine 191
Verband Deutscher Werkzeugmaschinen Fabriken 96
Verein Deutscher Eisenhüttenleute 91, 191
Verein Deutscher Ingenieure 91
Astrakhan 74
asylum 79–80
atomic intelligence 2–3, 40, 60–1, 77, 85–6, 151–3, 225
on Erzgebirge mines 11–12, 63–6, 86, 99, 102, 299
'Atoms for Peace' conference (1964) 252, 295
attachés 104, 111, 218, 297, 300
Attlee, Clement 278–9
Auer Company 210
Auslandskader 129, 268
Australia 34, 82, 186–7
Austria 79–80, 175, 176–7, 202, 254, 297
Ayiou Nicolaos 12
Baade, Brunolf 178, 294
Babakin, G. N. 103
Bad Hermannsborn 34, 42–3
Balashov, see 'Gong'
balloons 135, 281
Baltic States 13, 46, 85, 279
Bandera, Stepan 142
Barczatis, Elli 137
Barghoorn, Frederick 48–9
Barwich, Heinz 91, 177, 179, 182, 185, 189, 215, 251–2, 292, 293, 295
Basic Law (Article 10) 100
Baum, Werner 225–6
Baumgart, Johann 171–2
Bay of Pigs 134

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