Harry Rositzke (Q13128980)

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author, teacher, scholar and spy who for 25 years ran Central Intelligence Agency covert operations against the Soviet Union Saesneg
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    Harry Rositzke
    author, teacher, scholar and spy who for 25 years ran Central Intelligence Agency covert operations against the Soviet Union

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      He ran agents in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe from 1949 to 1954 and was based in Munich for the last two years of this assignment. "We were sending people into the Ukraine -- people forget that there was an active resistance movement there. . . . We'd fly them in and parachute them from C-47s. We never lost a plane. We were pleased to see how inefficient the antiaircraft forces were." The East German government in those years gave Mr. Rositzke one of the longer entries in its published directory of CIA agents operating in the region. (Saesneg)
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      Mr. Rositzke, a native of Brooklyn, N.Y., graduated from Union College and received a doctorate in Germanic philology at Harvard. (Saesneg)
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      Harry Rositzke, 91, a farmer, author, teacher, scholar and spy who for 25 years ran Central Intelligence Agency covert operations against the Soviet Union from Munich, New Delhi, New York and Washington, died of pneumonia Nov. 4 at Fauquier Hospital in Warrenton. (Saesneg)

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