A Record from Mary's Database

Record:
GORDENEV, EUGENE
Sources:

National Archives, OSW Box 6, Folder 24

Mary's
Comments:

Russian-speaking officer attached to the G-2 Section of the First Marine Division in Tientsin following the Japanese Surrender in 1945. Victor Kamkin, when offering his services to ONI, gave Gordenev as a reference who could "substantiate my work [in intelligence] in China."

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