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Ro·sen·berg(rō′zĭn-bûrg′, -bĕrg′, -bĕrk′), Alfred 1893-1946.
German political leader who expounded Nazi doctrine in The Myth of the 20th Century (1930). He was executed as a war criminal.
Ro·sen·berg(rō′zĭn-bûrg′), Julius 1918-1953.
American spy who with his wife, Ethel (1915-1953), was convicted of helping pass information concerning nuclear weaponry to the Soviets. Despite questions concerning the fairness of their trial and international pleas for clemency, the couple was executed.
1. (Biography) Alfred. 1893–1946, German Nazi politician and writer, who devised much of the racial ideology of Nazism: hanged for war crimes
2. (Biography) Isaac. 1890–1918, British poet and painter, best known for his poems about life in the trenches during World War I: died in action
3. (Biography) Julius. 1918–53, US spy, who, with his wife Ethel (1914–53), was executed for passing information about nuclear weapons to the Russians
Julius, 1918–53, and his wife, Ethel Greenglass, 1915–53, U.S. citizens executed for espionage.