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Record: IVANOV, IGOR ALEKSANDROVICH
Sources: KGB, Barron, p. 63; Espionage Establishment, Wise & Ross, pp. 265-273
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KGB agent arrived in New York City from Copenhagen 3/17/62. Captured by FBI in New York 10/29/63. Some believed Frederick Barghoorn was arrested in Moscow in order to trade him for Ivanov's release.

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