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Home All posts Elizabeth Bentley. All posts Warfare Spies. Elizabeth Bentley : biography January 1, — December 3, On 29th April, , Iskhak Akhmerov , a Soviet agent, sent a report on Bentley that showed concern about comments she had been making: "She is a rather complicated and controversial character She, as a rule, carries out my instructions gladly and reports everything about our people to me.

However, her behavior changes when I ask her to organize a meeting with Silvermaster for me or to connect some of the American probationers with our operative.

She becomes an absolutely different person and Sometimes, by her remarks, I can feel that at heart, she doesn't like us i. She is inclined to distinguish us from compatriots i.

She says that all of us personally care little about Americans, that the USSR is the only country we love and work for.

I tried to explain that she is mistaken. Gorsky forced Elizabeth to turn over all of her contacts to him. He informed Moscow "Bentley is a serious and dangerous burden for us here.

She should be taken home to the Soviet Union , but how to do it, frankly speaking, I don't know since she won't go illegally.

However, he pointed out that this would be difficult as Bentley was "a very strong, tall and healthy woman" and Katz "was not feeling well lately.

In Bentley left the Communist Party and the following year she considered telling the authorities about her spying activities.

In August she was on holiday to Old Lyme. She was interviewed by Special Agent Edward Coady but she was reluctant to give any details of her fellow spies but did tell them that they she was vice-president of the U.

Service and Shipping Corporation and the company was being used to send information to the Soviet Union.

Coady sent a memo to the New York City office suggesting that Bentley could be used as an informant. On 11th October , Louis Budenz , the editor of the Daily Worker , announced that he was leaving the Communist Party of the United State and had rejoined "the faith of my fathers" because Communism "aims to establish tyranny over the human spirit".

He also said that he intended to expose the "Communist menace". Vsevolod Merkulov later wrote in a memo to Joseph Stalin that "Bentley's betrayal might have been caused by her fear of being unmasked by the renegade Budenz.

Another meeting was held on the 7th November The following day J. Edgar Hoover , sent a message to Harry S.

Truman confirming that an espionage ring was operating in the United States government. There is no doubt that the FBI was taking her information very seriously.

Edward White , has pointed out: "Among her networks were two in the Washington area: one centered in the War Production Board, the other in the Treasury Department.

The networks included two of the most highly placed Soviet agents in the government, Harry Dexter White in Treasury and Laughlin Currie, an administrative assistant in the White House.

Usually, they were seeking information about specific individuals. At that time, I had no way of knowing that they were checking a story much more timely than mine - that of Elizabeth Bentley.

Most of these investigators went about their work in a kind of dogged frustration, overwhelmed by the vastness of the conspiracy, which they could see all around them, and depressed by the apathy of the country and the almost total absence in high places of any desire to root out Communism.

Edgar Hoover attempted to keep Bentley's defection a secret. The plan was for her to "burrow-back" into the Soviet underground in America in order to get evidence against dozens of spies.

However, it was Hoover's decision to tell William Stephenson , the head of head of British Security Coordination about Bentley, that resulted in the Soviets becoming aware of her defection.

Another agent, Iskhak Akhmerov , was told not the meet with any sources connected to Bentley. Attempts to establish connection with former Soviet agents ended in failure.

Aware that they must know she was working with the FBI she began fearing that she would be murdered. After losing her job with the U.

Service and Shipping Corporation she was desperately short of money. In August , after what the FBI called "an exceptionally severe night of drinking" she took an overdose of phenobarbital.

The FBI wanted her alive because she would be the major source against any future prosecutions. Donegan , she was successfil in taking legal action against the U.

Service and Shipping Corporation and she was awarded a year's salary in severance. On 15th April, , the FBI descended on the homes and businesses of twelve of the names provided by Bentley.

Their properties were searched and they were interrogated by agents over several weeks. However, all of them refused to confess to their crimes.

Edgar Hoover was eventually advised that the evidence provided by Elizabeth Bentley, Louis Budenz , Whittaker Chambers and Hede Massing was not enough to get convictions.

Hoover's main concern now was to protect himself from charges that he had bungled the investigation. The senators were relatively retrained in their questioning.

Apparently the reason for this was that Remington and Price had both been involved in Henry A. Wallace campaign.

Bentley was also reluctant to give evidence against these people and made it clear that she was not sure if Remington knew his information was going to the Soviet Union.

She also described spies such as Remington and Price as "misguided idealists". The following day Bentley named several people she believed had been Soviet spies while working for the United States government.

He testified that he had been "a member of the Communist Party and a paid functionary of that party" but left after the signing of the Nazi-Soviet Pact in August He explained how like Bentley he was involved in "the Communist infiltration of the American government.

He admitted meeting Elizabeth Bentley but denied he helped her to spy. He claimed that Bentley had presented herself as a reporter for a liberal periodical.

They had discussed the Second World War on about ten occasions but had never given her classified information. The committee did not find Remington's explanation persuasive, and neither did the regional loyalty board.

The board soon recommended his dismissal from the government. She replied: "Certainly I testified before the committee that William Remington was a communist.

On 15th December, , Remington's lawyers served her with the libel papers. John Gilland Brunini , the foreman of the new grand jury investigating the charges made by Elizabeth Bentley, insisted that Ann Remington, who had divorced her husband, should appear before them.

During interrogation by Bentley's lawyer, Thomas J. When he stopped spying we "hated to let him go. William Remington's trial began in January Roy Cohn , joined the prosecution's legal team.

He pointed out that the main witness against William Remington was his former wife, Ann Remington. She explained that her husband had joined the CP in Ann also testified that he had been in contact with both Elizabeth Bentley and Jacob Golos.

Remington's defense was that he had never handled any classified material, hence could not have given any to Miss Bentley.

But she remembered all the facts about the rubber-from-garbage invention. We had searched through the archives and discovered the files on the process.

We also found the aircraft schedules, which were set up exactly as she said, and inter office memos and tables of personnel which proved Remington had access to both these items.

We also discovered Remington's application for a naval commission in which he specifically pointed out that he was, in his present position with the Commerce Department, entrusted with secret military information involving airplanes, armaments, radar, and the Manhattan Project the atomic bomb.

During the trial eleven witnesses claimed they knew Remington was a communist. Remington was convicted after a seven-week trial.

Judge Gregory E. Noonan handed down a sentence of five years - the maximum for perjury - noting that Remington's act of perjury had involved disloyalty to his country.

One newspaper reported: "William W. Remington now joins the odiferous list of young Communist punks who wormed their way upward in the Government under the New Deal.

He was sentenced to five years in prison, and he should serve every minute of it. In Russia, he would have been shot without trial.

Elizabeth Bentley decided to write her biography. She was aware that Louis Budenz had made a considerable amount of money of his book, This is My Story , about his life as an uncover agent.

Others complained that the articles glorified treason and espionage. In the articles Bentley blamed her behaviour on Jacob Golos.

She argued that she was under the dominant influence of her "husband". It has been argued by Kathryn S. Olmsted that "her self-constructed image helped to defect blame: she had, after all, done only what Yasha Jacob Golos had asked her to.

How could she know it was wrong? She did certainly follow the lead of her lovers in political matters. Moreover, she had frequently allowed men to take advantage of her - though, ironically, Yasha treated her better than any of her other lovers.

When Out of Bondage was published later that year it received some hostile reviews. Joseph Alsop commented that "it is very hard to decide whether to treat Out of Bondage as tragic, or as ludicrous, or as terrifying or as pathetic.

The U. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the perjury conviction on William Remington on the ground that Judge Noonan's charge to the jury had been "too vague and indefinite" in defining exactly what constituted party "membership.

Roy Cohn was convinced that this time they would be successful as he believed the evidence was overwhelming: "He had denied turning over secret information to Elizabeth Bentley - yet she had testified that he gave documents to her and we had produced copies of some of the documents.

He had denied that he had attended Communist party meetings in Knoxville - yet witness after witness, all former Communists, had come forth to swear that Remington had attended the meetings.

He had denied that he had paid dues to the Communist party - yet both Miss Bentley and his own former wife had said that he did.

He had denied that he had asked anyone to join the party - yet his former boss at the TVA had testified Remington had asked him. He had denied even knowing about the existence of the Young Communist League at Dartmouth while he was an undergraduate - yet a classmate had said they had discussed the organization when they were students.

Elizabeth Bentley was drinking heavily during this period and her lover during this period, Harvey Matusow , was worried about the impression she would make in court.

He claimed that she was upset at her "frivolous treatment" in the press. She never got to the point where she could handle it.

However, according to Kathryn S. Olmsted , the author of Red Spy Queen , she was a very good witness. As usual, she was somewhat snappish and impatient under cross-examination But like his predecessors, Jack Minton Remington's new attorney could not shake her self-confidence.

She again succeeded in creating the illusion of a calm, controlled, and even patronizing witness, a Sunday school teacher somehow dropped into the middle of an espionage trial.

On 4th February, , William Remington was sentenced to a three-year term. The Court of Appeals upheld the conviction, the Supreme Court denied Remington's application to be heard, and he was sent to Lewisburg Penitentiary.

Edgar Hoover approved the recommendation. Robert J. Lamphere , a senior FBI agent, was not involved in the original investigation but eventually was "put in charge of the voluminous Bentley files and came to know them intimately".

Lamphere argued: "Bentley had named more than eighty individuals as Soviet sources or agents, and said that a dozen different government agencies or government-associated groups had had their information stolen and delivered by her to the KGB.

Because of the importance of her charges, Director Hoover had felt duty-bound to alert the White House, Cabinet officers and other top officials of her main accusations.

But in the process of spreading Bentley's information throughout the upper echelons of the government, many of those whom Bentley had named learned of the accusations and had a chance to cease any questionable activities.

Lamphere admitted: "The problem was that, unlike Gouzenko, who brought out evidence in the form of telegrams and pages from Zabotin's diary, Bentley had nothing to backstop her stories - no documents, no microfilm, not even a gift of Russian origin which might have been traced.

So very little in the way of prosecutions could be mounted, based on her recollections. Privately, some of us were exasperated and thought we knew what could and should have been done with Bentley.

I believe that very early the FBI could have forced things by moving in aggressively and interviewing everyone connected with her; in this way we might have gotten some of them to break, or to contradict one another's stories.

We also could have obtained warrants and searched the Silvermaster home and the apartments of the Perlo group for evidence.

No such actions were taken at the time That spring of , after the Bentley affair's initial phase, we in the New York office's Soviet Espionage squad felt frustrated: we were near and yet so far.

Igor Gouzenko and Bentley had shown that Russians were operating all around us, but we were unable to counter their efforts.

Her boyfriend, Harvey Matusow , later recalled: "She felt like her life could be put together again. Bentley suffered from depression after William Remington was murdered in his cell at Lewisburg Penitentiary.

Olmsted : "William Remington attracted the attention of a group of young thugs in the cell across the hall.

They despised this young man of education and privilege who had inexplicably turned on his country and become a 'damn Communist' and a 'traitor.

The handsome Ivy Leaguer died two days later. He was thirty-seven years old. People writing about the case have disagreed about the motivation of McCoy and Cagle.

It was Bentley herself who decided to reveal the full story, however. She met with reporters for the New York World-Telegram , and in July the paper carried a series of front page stories about the "beautiful young blonde" who had exposed a ring of spies the initial articles included no picture of Bentley.

The strongly anti-communist New York Journal-American described her as a "shapely" "blonde and blue-eyed New Yorker" who "lured" secrets from her sources, while A.

Although at this time he was denying any knowledge of espionage activity, he claimed to know that two Bentley contacts, Victor Perlo and Charles Kramer, were Communists.

He also supported her charge that Harry Dexter White, a prominent economist who had worked in the Treasury Department, was a Communist sympathizer.

Since some of those she accused were prominent figures in two Democratic administrations, Democrats in particular were eager to have her discredited.

President Truman at one point characterized her testimony as a Republican-inspired "red herring. Conflicts of this nature, along with the increasingly publicized hearings of HUAC, were setting the stage for McCarthyism, which would become a central factor in domestic American politics in the s.

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Home All posts Elizabeth Bentley. She was used by the prosecution to develop two points: first, the actions of American Communists in becoming spies for the Soviet Union; and second, to establish, if only vaguely in the jury's mind, a connection between Julius Rosenberg and Golos.

She testified that she would receive calls from a man who identified himself as Julius, after which Golos would go out to meet him.

After defecting to US authorities, Bentley's personal life became increasingly tumultuous. She continued to drink heavily, was involved in car accidents, and had a relationship with a man who beat her severely.

She avoided subpoenas on a number of occasions. These incidents, along with generally erratic behavior, resulted in her FBI handlers worrying that she was "bordering on some mental pitfall".

But she was invariably calm and professional on the witness stand, earning praise from the prosecutors whose cases she was supporting.

As Bentley repeatedly testified before grand juries, congressional committees and jury trials, however, she refined and embellished some details of her story.

Information passed to her about a process for manufacturing synthetic rubber that was originally "vague" and "probably of no value" became "super-secret" and "an extremely complicated thing.

Remington's first trial began in late December Bentley later supplied a wealth of detail about Remington's involvement with her and the espionage conspiracy.

Remington's defense was that he had never handled any classified material, hence could not have given any to Bentley.

We also found the aircraft schedules, which were set up exactly as she said, and inter office memos and tables of personnel which proved Remington had access to both these items.

We also discovered Remington's application for a naval commission in which he specifically pointed out that he was, in his present position with the Commerce Department, entrusted with secret military information involving airplanes, armaments, radar, and the Manhattan Project the atomic bomb.

During the trial eleven witnesses claimed they knew Remington to be a communist. Bentley also testified that Harry Dexter White was responsible for passing Treasury plates for printing Allied currency in Occupied Germany to the Soviet Union, which used them to print millions of marks.

They were catalysts for a black market and serious inflation throughout the occupied country, [58] and costing the U.

Bentley wrote in her autobiography Out of Bondage that she had been "able through Harry Dexter White to arrange that the United States Treasury Department turn the actual printing plates over to the Russians.

Bentley had not previously mentioned the printing plates in any earlier debriefings or testimony. There was no evidence at the time that she had any role in the transfer of the plates.

Bentley biographer Kathryn Olmsted concluded that Bentley was "lying about her role in the scandal". After Olmsted's biography was published, a memorandum found in the newly accessible Soviet archives and also published in , corroborated Bentley's testimony in this matter.

In it, Gaik Ovakimian , head of the American desk of the NKVD, cites an April 14, report reporting that, "following our instructions" via Silvermaster, White had "attained the positive decision of the Treasury Department to provide the Soviet side with the plates for engraving German occupation marks.

Since Bentley was the Soviets' contact to Silvermaster at this time, her involvement in this incident is substantiated.

After her defection, Bentley was frequently asked to provide testimony before various bodies investigating communist espionage and influence in the US.

She continued occasional consultations with the FBI for the rest of her life. In , she began accepting payments for times when she testified, making her a "paid informer" for the FBI.

Though she had been a successful executive with a profitable shipping company while she was with the Communists, she changed fields after her defection.

First she supported herself through secretarial work and then through a variety of teaching jobs. She was frequently invited to lecture on Communism, and her experience of the Communist movement, by Catholic groups.

The National Review devoted a special memorial issue to Chambers' death. It allotted only a paragraph to Bentley.

Time magazine had devoted two pages to its Chambers obituary, but gave Bentley's death a two-sentence mention in its "Milestones" section.

Stripling said her testimony had made him "think of Chambers. In sum, Bentley exposed two networks of spies, ultimately naming more than 80 Americans who had engaged in espionage for the Soviets.

It also added to American fears of a widespread communist conspiracy within the government, fanned by Senator McCarthy.

Bentley provided no documentary evidence to support her claims. Reporters and historians were divided for decades as to the validity of her allegations.

In the s, declassification of both Soviet documents and the U. After she defected, the Soviet Union temporarily suspended espionage activities in the United States.

But some of Bentley's claims remain controversial due to questions about the accuracy of translations and the vague nature of identities, given that agents were identified by code names in encrypted records captured in Venona.

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