Territory of Lies: The Rise, Fall, and Betrayal of Jonathan Jay Pollard

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Harper & Row, 1990 - Political Science - 342 pages
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Jonathan Jay Pollard worked for U.S. Naval Intelligence, but his passion was to help Israel--by passing along top-secret documents.S. and Israeli sources, Blitzer reveals stunning new answers and paints a vivid picture of an emerging spy.

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Territory of lies: the exclusive story of Jonathan Jay Pollard, the American who spied on his country for Israel and how he was betrayed

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A penetrating expose of the case of Pollard, an American Jew who worked for U.S. Naval Intelligence and spied for Israel. Blitzer, the Washington correspondent for The Jerusalem Post , interviewed ... Read full review

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