Rosenberg Julius

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.
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