Shanghai Conspiracy: The Sorge Spy Ring, Moscow, Shanghai, Tokyo, San Francisco, New York
General Charles A. Willoughby's, MacArthurs efterretningschef 1941-1951, omtale af Sorge spionringen (efter lederen af spionringen Richard Sorge).
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