Talk:William Perl

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Birth/Death[edit]

Does anyone know dates on this?--Twintone 14:39, 25 October 2006 (UTC)


Any info concerning Perl's later life? JimFarm (talk) 10:53, 25 October 2009 (UTC)

Sobell and Perl[edit]

A Rosenberg Conspirator Reveals More About His Role (The New York Times) Morton Sobell, who was convicted with Julius and Ethel Rosenberg in 1951 in an espionage conspiracy case and finally admitted nearly six decades later that he had been a Soviet spy, now says he helped copy hundreds of pages of secret Air Force documents stolen from a Columbia University professor's safe in 1948. According to an article by two cold war historians, Ronald Radosh and Steven T. Usdin, in The Weekly Standard, Mr. Sobell, who is 93, said in an interview last December that he, Julius Rosenberg, William Perl and an unidentified fourth man spent a weekend, probably Independence Day, frantically copying the classified documents in a Greenwich Village apartment before they were missed.Freundinlah (talk) 22:54, 15 April 2011 (UTC)

Venona references[edit]

The article now lists all 14 Venona references to Gnome/Perl. This seems unnecessary, since Haynes and Klehr are the source of the references and their note is already cited in the article. Rgr09 (talk) 13:13, 6 March 2013 (UTC)