Stanley Graze

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Stanley Graze was the brother of KGB agent Gerald Graze and were both employed by the U.S. State Department during World War II. Both also were identified as KGB agents in documents from Soviet Archives.[1]

On October 14, 1952, while testifying before the McCarran Committee Stanley Graze refused to answer questions regarding participation in the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) and questions regarding espionage activity against the U.S. How Graze passed the State Department's Review Board remains unexplained.[2]


  1. Alexander Vassiliev, Notes on A. Gorsky’s Report to Savchenko S.R., 23 December 1949.
  2. Buckley, Jr., William F. and Bozell, L. Brent (1954, 1995 Printing). McCarthy & His Enemies, The Record And It's Meaning. Regnery Publishing Inc.. ISBN 0-89526-472-2.