Enos Regnet Wicher

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Enos Regnet Wicher was a professor of physics at Columbia University. During World War II he worked in the Wave Propagation Group at Columbia's Division of War Research and was alleged to have spied for Soviet intelligence with code name was "Keen" (also "Kin").[1]

He was married to Maria Wicher and the stepfather of Flora Wovschin, the most active Soviet spy revealed Venona project.[1]

Unofficially extradicted to Mexico, Enos Wicher taught at Mexico City College.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America, by John Earl Haynes, Harvey Klehr, p.198
  2. ^ "A gathering of fugitives: American political expatriates in Mexico, 1948-1965", by Diana Anhalt, 2001 ISBN 1-931122-03-2