Government of the Commonwealth of Australia, 1955 - Australia - 483 pages
Consists of evidence from Russian defector Vladimir Mikhailovich Petrov (born Shorokhov, later took the name Proletarsky) and his wife (Evdokia Alexeyevna Petrova) on Soviet espionage activities, particularly in Australia; contains the "Petrov Papers," documents brought from the Soviet Embassy.
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able According acted activities agent Antonov Apparatus appears appointed arranged arrived asked assist association attended Australia became called Canberra carried Chapter Chiplin cipher Clayton code name communication Communist Party concerning connection contained counter-intelligence countries defection Department of External directed documents Embassy Enclosure entry espionage establish evidence Exhibit External Affairs fact foreign gave give given Government handed Illegal important Inquiry instructed intelligence interest journalists June knew knowledge known Kovaliev later living Madame Ollier material matters means meetings ment mentioned Miss Moscow Centre Moscow Letter never November obtained official operational organization Pakhomov paragraph particulars period persons Petrov political position possible questions reason received records recruited referred regard relating representative request Resident returned Russian Sadovnikov secret Secretary Security Service sent Sharkey shows Soviet statement suggestion supplied Sydney task temporary thought tion told witness workers