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Thu Oct 16 18:00:41 2014 UTClccn-n500483770.00[Lettres]0.361.00Transcript of record : Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1951. No. 111, Julius Rosenberg and Ethel Rosenberg, petitioners, vs. the United States of America. No. 112, Morton Sobell, petitioner, vs. the United States of America. 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No. 112: Morton Sobell, petitioner, vs. the United States of America; petitions for writs of certiorari and exhibit thereto, filed June 7, 1952Trials, litigation, etc241ocn009225497book19520.92Rosenberg, JuliusSupreme Court of the United States, October term, 1951. No. 111. Julius Rosenberg and Ethel Rosenberg, petitioners, vs. the United States of America. No. 112. Morton Sobell, petitioner, vs. the United States of America : petitions for writs of certiorari and exhibit thereto141ocn060709198visu19990.47Julius and Ethel RosenbergTrials, litigation, etcNew York City, 1951, the Julius and Ethel Rosenberg trial. Television documentary examines the case of the Rosenbergs, the only Americans executed for espionage outside a military court. In one of the twentieth century's most controversial trials, the Rosenbergs defend themselves against the U.S. government's charges that they passed atomic bomb secrets to the Soviet Union. The question remains: were Julius and Ethel Rosenberg truly guilty of giving vital military and scientific information to the Russians, or were they victims of Cold War anti-Communist hysteria+-+4315517535142ocn495280870file19560.84Sharp, MalcolmWas justice done? : the Rosenberg-Sobell caseTrials, litigation, etc142ocn495280883file19530.56Fineberg, Solomon AndhilThe Rosenberg case : fact and fictionHistoryTrials, litigation, etc91ocn038807464book19520.56Rosenberg, JuliusTranscript of record; Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1951; No. 111 Julius Rosenberg and Ethel Rosenberg, petitioners, vs. the United States of America; No. 112 Morton Sobell, petitioner, vs. the United States of America; petitions for writs of certiorari and exhibit thereto, filed June 7, 195262ocn028850691rcrd19890.96Lehrman, LeonardWe are innocentMusical settingsMusic41ocn049215028book19520.97Rosenberg, JuliusThe letters of Julius and Ethel RosenbergRecords and correspondence41ocn492398593book19530.63Rosenberg, JuliusLettres de la maison de la mort (Letters from the Death House)43ocn802048090book19530.47Rosenberg, EthelListy z domu śmierci43ocn673339713book19530.92Ai wa shi o koete : Rōzenbāgu no tegami31ocn811411165visu20030.20Meeropol, IvyHeir to an execution a granddaughter's storyBiographyTrials, litigation, etcChronicles Ivy Meeropol's effort to come to terms with the lives and deaths of her grandparents, Julius and Ethyl Rosenberg, executed as traitors in 1953 after being accused of relaying the secret of the atomic bomb to the Soviets during World War II31ocn035826434book19690.47No. 111, Julius Rosenberg and Ethel Rosenberg, Petitioners vs. the United States of America : No. 112, Morton Sobell, Petitioner vs. the United States of America ; petitions for writs of certiorari and exhibit thereto ; transcipt of record22ocn065103194book19521.00Rosenberg, JuliusTranscript of record : Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1951. No. 111, Julius Rosenberg and Ethel Rosenberg, petitioners, vs. the United States of America. No. 112, Morton Sobell, petitioner, vs. the United States of America. Petitons for writs of certiorari and exhibit theretoTrials, litigation, etc22ocn661041061artRosenberg, Ethel[Lettres]22ocn651447638book19530.47Rosenberg, EthelDeath house letters21ocn872490343book19530.94Clifford, EthBriṿ fun ṭoyṭn-hoyz11ocn225693120bookRosenberg, JuliusUnited States v. Rosenberg [record of the trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg and Morton Sobell for conspiracy to commit espionage]Trials, litigation, etc11ocn782048198book19540.47Rosenberg, EthelScrisori din casa morţii24738ocn008762882book19830.28Radosh, RonaldThe Rosenberg file : a search for the truthTrials, litigation, etcBased on extensive research in government files, papers, unpublished memoirs, and numerous interviews this account chronicles the history of the Rosenberg spy case+-+305725558519707ocn001195863book19750.26Meeropol, RobertWe are your sons : the legacy of Ethel and Julius RosenbergContains primary source material17697ocn000588985book19730.26Nizer, LouisThe implosion conspiracyThe espionage trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg with its multiple twist and turns. This is been called the greatest spy story of the 20th century137825ocn000500023book19650.50Schneir, WalterInvitation to an inquest12769ocn002874068book19770.30Coover, RobertThe public burningFiction"A controversial best-seller in 1977, The Public Burning has since emerged as one of the most influential novels of our time. The first major work of contemporary fiction ever to use living historical figures as characters, the novel reimagines the three fateful days in 1953 that culminated with the execution of alleged atomic spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. Vice-President Richard Nixon - the voraciously ambitious bad boy of the Eisenhower regime - is the dominant narrator in an enormous cast that includes Betty Crocker, Joe McCarthy, the Marx Brothers, Walter Winchell, Uncle Sam, his adversary The Phantom, and Time magazine incarnated as the National Poet Laureate. All of these and thousands more converge in Times Square for the carnivalesque auto-da-fe at which the Rosenbergs are put to death. And not a person present escapes implication in Cold War America's ruthless "public burning.""--BOOK JACKET+-+22708675359785ocn045639061book20010.24Roberts, SamThe brother : the untold story of atomic spy David Greenglass and how he sent his sister, Ethel Rosenberg, to the electric chairTrials, litigation, etcContains primary source material+-+38655002857812ocn016984588book19880.26Philipson, Ilene JEthel Rosenberg : beyond the mythsBiographyEt personligt portræt af en af hovedpersonerne i 50'ernes meget omtalte og omdiskuterede spionsag i USA+-+42646086357035ocn024060125book19900.39Yalkowsky, StanleyThe murder of the RosenbergsTrials, litigation, etc6513ocn019222177book19890.27Sharlitt, Joseph HFatal error : the miscarriage of justice that sealed the Rosenberg's fateTrials, litigation, etc59113ocn022566414book19550.66Wexley, JohnThe judgment of Julius and Ethel RosenbergTrials, litigation, etc4982ocn002279278book19750.28Goldstein, Alvin HThe unquiet death of Julius & Ethel RosenbergTrials, litigation, etc4831ocn025832024book19930.63Carmichael, VirginiaFraming history : the Rosenberg story and the Cold WarHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+07957116353244613ocn000592812book19630.39Root, JonathanThe betrayers : the Rosenberg case--a reappraisal of an American crisisDepth analysis of the personalities of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg and the events of their trial for espionage4536ocn021153630book19900.21Nason, TemaEthel : the fictional autobiographyFiction+-+30925106354533ocn000266132book19530.56Fineberg, Solomon AndhilThe Rosenberg case : fact and fictionHistoryTrials, litigation, etc4304ocn000923679book19540.56Busch, Francis XEnemies of the state : an account of the trials of the Mary Eugenia Surratt case, the Teapot Dome cases, the Alphonse Capone case, the Rosenberg caseTrials, litigation, etc4095ocn055154365visu20040.20Meeropol, IvyHeir to an execution a granddaughter's storyBiographyTrials, litigation, etcJulius and Ethel Rosenberg are Cold War iconic symbols and their trial and execution embody the hysteria fueled by the McCarthy's red scare. But who were the Rosenberg's as people? Listen to staunch Rosenberg comrades and hear the intimate interviews with the filmmaker's father, Michael Meeropol, who brings an immediacy to his parents' story. This painful revelation eerily underscores the depth of political paranoia of the time and the impossibility of discovering the ultimate truth about the Rosenberg's guilt or innocence3983ocn032625224book19950.66Garber, Marjorie BSecret agents : the Rosenberg case, McCarthyism, and fifties AmericaBiographyWhen the American Bar Association recreated the trial of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg on the fortieth anniversary of their execution, the jury acquitted the ""mock Rosenbergs, "" finding that in today's courts they would not have been convicted of espionage. The 1950s trial of the Rosenbergs on charges of ""Atomic Spying"" and ""stealing the secrets of the Atomic bomb"" was a major event of Cold War America, galvanizing public opinion on all sides of the question. Secret Agents presents essays by lawyers, cultural critics, social historians and histo+-+15766406953682ocn041387594book19990.06Moss, FrancisThe Rosenberg espionage caseJuvenile worksTrials, litigation, etcDiscusses the famous espionage trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, covering both the prosecution and defense, the government's pursuit of this couple, and the aftermath of the trial+-+33201551063293ocn495271380book20100.26Schneir, WalterFinal verdict : what really happened in the Rosenberg caseBased on more than a decade of research, Schneir reveals that Ethel Rosenbergwas not a Soviet spy, and he continues to demolish enduring myths surroundingJulius Rosenberg's espionage activities+-+1169000846+-+9394059735+-+9394059735Thu Oct 16 15:51:00 EDT 2014batch31472