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William Remington

William Walter Remington (1917-1954) was a government economist accused by Elizabeth Bentley of cooperating in espionage for the Soviet Union during World War II. He was convicted of perjury in 1953 for denying that he had provided Bentley with technical data related to war production and earlier ties to a communist group. Remington was murdered in jail in 1954. This release contains materials relating to the investigation of the espionage matters and his security clearance investigations. The files cover from 1941 to 1954.

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