Memorandum, 1958, and transcripts of hearings of the United States Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, 1957, both relating
to the dispute between I. D. Levine and Martin K. Tytell regarding the authenticity of documents used by I. D. Levine in his
Stalin's Great Secret (New York, 1956), alleging that Joseph Stalin had been a tsarist spy.
American journalist and author.
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