From the Venona collection of documents at NSA:
[Arlington Hall in Virginia where the Venona dispatches were decrypted]
Images of Dispatches
- "REMEMBRANCES OF VENONA" by Mr. William P. Crowell, Deputy Director, National Security Agency
- Monograph #1 - Introductory History of VENONA and Guide to the Translations by Robert Louis Benson
- Monograph #2 - The 1942-43 New York-Moscow KGB Messages by Robert Louis Benson
- Monograph #3 - The 1944-45 New York and Washington-Moscow KGB Messages by Robert Louis Benson
- Monograph #4 - The KGB in San Francisco and Mexico City andthe GRU in New York and Washington by Robert Louis Benson
- Monograph #5 - The KGB and GRU in Europe, South America and Australia by Robert Louis Benson
- from 1943: May 26, that implcates Duncan Chaplin Lee, Asst. General Counsel for the OSS, June 16 part 1, and June 16 part 2, and July 8 part 1, and July 8 part 2 that implicate Joseph Milton Bernstein of Amerasia.
- from 1944: Nov. 14, Nov. 27, that implcates Ethel Rosenberg, Dec. 5 part 1, Dec. 5 part 2, Dec. 5 part 3, Dec. 13 part 1, Dec. 13 part 2, Dec. 13 part 3,Dec. 16, Dec. 19, that implicates Nathan Silvermaster, Dec. 20, Dec. 26, that implicates Earl Browder.
- from 1945: March 31
- from 1946: Jan. 25 part 1, Jan. 25 part 2, Jan. 25 part 3
- from 1947: Jan. 6, June 9 part 1, June 9 part 2
- Venona transcripts, the Rosenbergs, and Harry Dexter White discussion thread from H-DIPLO
- Morton Sobell on "Venona and the Rosenbergs" from H-DIPLO
- Erskine, Ralph. "Cecil James Phillips," International Intelligence History Study Group on-line newsletter, Winter 1998.
- Erskine, Ralph. "Cryptologic History Symposium, NSA, 29-31 October 1997," International Intelligence History Study Group on-line newsletter, Winter 1997.
- Benson, Robert Louis and Michael Warner, editors. Venona: Soviet Espionage and the American Response 1939-1957. Washington, D.C.: National Security Agency : Central Intelligence Agency,1996. 450 p.: facs.; bibliographical references. Doc Numbers: Govt Doc No.: PREX 3.10:V 56x Notes:"This volume has been published in conjunction with the conference on Venona co-sponsored in Washington by the National Security Agency, the Central Intelligence Agency, and the Center for Democracy in October 1996"--P. 4 of cover. Subjects: United States. Signal Security Agency -- History -- Sources. Espionage, Soviet -- United States -- History -- Sources. Cryptography -- United States -- History -- Sources. Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- United States -- History -- Sources. United States -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union -- History -- Sources. United States. National Security Agency. United States. Central Intelligence Agency. UCSD SSH PREX 3.10:V 56x Documents United States
- Parrish, Michael E. and Joseph W. Esherick. "Looking for Spies in All the Wrong Places," Reviews in American History 25 (1997) 174-185.
- Albright, Joseph. Bombshell: the secret story of America's unknown atomic spy conspiracy. New York: Times Books, 1997. 399 p.: ill.; 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. -366) and index. SDSU 5th Floor Books UB271.R9 A48 1997
- Garber, Marjorie and Rebecca L. Walkowitz, eds. Secret Agents: the Rosenberg case, McCarthyism, and Fifties America. New York: Routledge, 1995. 309 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. CL Book Stacks 364.131 R813s 1995. This book is a collection of essays that try to argue that the Rosenbergs were framed, despite the strong case by Ronald Radosh and Joyce Milton in The Rosenberg Files (1983) that they were guilty. One good essay in the collection is Robert Proctor on unranium miners' health.
- Klehr, Harvey and Ronald Radosh. The Amerasia Spy Case: prelude to McCarthyism. Chapel Hill:University of North Carolina Press, 1996. 266 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. LRC Reading Room E743.5 .K55 1996. This book argues that Philip Jaffe and John Stewart Service were not spies but the Truman adminstration did try to coverup the affair and thus contributed to McCarthyism.
- Mackenzie, Angus; with a foreword by David Weir. Secrets: the CIA's war at home. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997. 241 p.,  p. of plates : ports. ; 25 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 209-230) and index. CL New Books 323.445 M156s 1997
- Richelson, Jeffrey. A Century of Spies: Intelligence in the twentieth century. New York : Oxford University Press, 1995. 534 p. ; 25 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. CL Book Stacks 327.12 R528c 1995
- The following search command at the Melvyl prompt will produce a list of 444 books and government documents at the UCSD Library:
>F SU United States. National Security Agency. AT UCSD
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