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List Of Soviet Agents In The United States - Soviet Union - NKVD and KGB - Rosenberg Ring
... Joel Barr, met Julius Rosenberg at City College of New York, later spied with him and Al Sarant at Army Signal Corps lab in New Jersey escaped prosecution by fleeing to Soviet ... Max Elitcher, longtime friend of Rosenberg and Sobell from their days at CCNY before testifying against them Klaus Fuchs, physicist who supplied information ... World War II, gave atomic bomb drawings to his sister Ethel Rosenberg, and eventually the Soviets sentenced to 15 years Ruth Greenglass, escaped prosecution in exchange for ...
Liz Rosenberg
... Liz Rosenberg (born Lizbeth Meg Rosenberg, February 3, 1955) is an American poet, novelist, children's book author, and book reviewer ...
List Of Franconian Wine Towns - Bereich Maindreieck - Großlage Kirchberg (Volkach)
... Volkach) Karthäuser Escherndorf (Volkach) Fürstenberg, Lump, Berg Frankenwinheim Rosenberg Gaibach (Volkach) Kapellenberg Köhler (Volkach) Fürstenberg Hallburg (Volkach) Rosenberg, Kreuzberg ...
Shmarya Rosenberg - Career As A Blogger and Journalist - FailedMessiah
... Rosenberg currently views the name as a reference to Jewish Orthodoxy as a whole ... largely under or un-reported Haredi/Hasidic sector, Rosenberg reports as a journalistic watchdog and whistle blower in “a combination of muckraking reporting and personal grudge into a ... Lubavitcher Hasidim from Brooklyn, Rosenberg started to post his own investigative pieces on in addition to those of other journalists ...
Steve Rosenberg
... Steven Allen Rosenberg (born October 31, 1964, in Brooklyn, New York) is a retired American left-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball ... Rosenberg is Jewish ...

Famous quotes containing the word rosenberg:

    Poppies whose roots are in man’s veins
    Drop, and are ever dropping;
    But mine in my ear is safe,
    Just a little white with the dust.
    —Isaac Rosenberg (1890–1918)

    Today, each artist must undertake to invent himself, a lifelong act of creation that constitutes the essential content of the artist’s work. The meaning of art in our time flows from this function of self-creation. Art is the laboratory for making new men.
    —Harold Rosenberg (1906–1978)

    Only conservatives believe that subversion is still being carried on in the arts and that society is being shaken by it.... Advanced art today is no longer a cause—it contains no moral imperative. There is no virtue in clinging to principles and standards, no vice in selling or in selling out.
    —Harold Rosenberg (1906–1978)