Notorious Russian Spies Throughout History
In 1938 Bentley began spying on fascists in New York City for the Communist Party of the United States, and by proxy the Soviet Union. Later she would control two separate groups of spies in the U.S. In 1945, after being demoted by controllers in Moscow, Bentley went to the FBI and gave up the 100-plus spies that comprised her networks.
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