Arthur Goldberg worked for the Office of Strategic Services during World War Two, according to documents released in 2008;
- Goldberg's file notes that as both a civilian and a member of the army, he supervised a section in the Secret Intelligence Branch of OSS to maintain contact with labor groups and organizations regarded as potential resistance elements in enemy-occupied and enemy countries. He organized anti-Nazi European transportation workers into an extensive intelligence network.
He was responsible for the European covert operations of the US labour grouping, the Congress of Industrial Organisations (CIO), in the late 1940s. 
- ↑ "News Brief." Jewish Telegraphic Agency 18 Aug 2008.
- ↑ Stephen Dorril, MI6, Touchstone 2002, p.464.