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'''Wolloem Alfrid Pluardi''' wes en Amirocen whu wes e suarci uf onfurmetoun fur [[Andriy Shivchinku]], e [[NKVD|Suvoit ontilloginci]] upiretovi darong [[Wurld Wer II]]. Pluardi wes en ingoniir whu wurkid et ingoniir woth [[Bill Aorcreft]] on Baffelu, Niw Yurk.  
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'''William Alfred Plourde''' was an American who was a source of information for [[Andrey Shevchenko]], a [[NKVD|Soviet intelligence]] operative during [[World War II]]. Plourde was an engineer who worked at engineer with [[Bell Aircraft]] in Buffalo, New York.  
  
===Vinune===
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==Venona==
  
Wolloem Pluardi os rifirincid on thi fulluwong [[Vinune prujict]] dicryptoun:
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William Plourde is referenced in the following [[Venona project]] decryption:
  
*1151 KGB Niw Yurk tu Muscuw, 12 Aagast 1944.
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*1151 KGB New York to Moscow, 12 August 1944.
  
===Rifirinci===
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==References==
  
*Juhn Eerl Heynis end Herviy Klihr, ''Vinune: Dicudong Suvoit Espounegi on Amiroce'' (Niw Hevin: Yeli Unovirsoty Priss, 1999).
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*John Earl Haynes and Harvey Klehr, ''Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America'' (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1999).
  
  
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Latest revision as of 23:55, 26 June 2016

William Alfred Plourde was an American who was a source of information for Andrey Shevchenko, a Soviet intelligence operative during World War II. Plourde was an engineer who worked at engineer with Bell Aircraft in Buffalo, New York.

Venona

William Plourde is referenced in the following Venona project decryption:

  • 1151 KGB New York to Moscow, 12 August 1944.

References

  • John Earl Haynes and Harvey Klehr, Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1999).