Arthur Goldberg

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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.[1]

He was responsible for the European covert operations of the US labour grouping, the Congress of Industrial Organisations (CIO), in the late 1940s. [2]


External Resources


  1. "News Brief." Jewish Telegraphic Agency 18 Aug 2008.
  2. Stephen Dorril, MI6, Touchstone 2002, p.464.