Sigmund Rosenblum, Ace of Spies: Jewish Spies in Wartime New York

Through much of the 20th century New York City served as the nexus for a secret war.

Spies of every nationality converged in the Big Apple to collect intelligence, carry out sabotage and find friends and foes engaged in clandestine affairs. What is often forgotten is that many of the spies and spy-catchers who plied their trade were in fact Jewish. In this lecture, we’ll be introduced to multiple members of our city’s top secret sphere, and explore New York, undisclosed, and through their eyes.











When: Fri., Sep. 29, 2017 at 12:00 pm
Where: 92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave.
212-415-5500
Price: $25
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Through much of the 20th century New York City served as the nexus for a secret war.

Spies of every nationality converged in the Big Apple to collect intelligence, carry out sabotage and find friends and foes engaged in clandestine affairs. What is often forgotten is that many of the spies and spy-catchers who plied their trade were in fact Jewish. In this lecture, we’ll be introduced to multiple members of our city’s top secret sphere, and explore New York, undisclosed, and through their eyes.

Buy tickets/get more info now