“Soviet Spies, FDR and the Cold War” will be David Peters’ topic for the Adams County Arts Council’s virtual 3rdthursdaynoon program via Zoom. Pre-registration is required for the free hour-long program.
In 1995 the FBI declassified records which named hundreds of Soviet agents in the Roosevelt administration. This program will explain how those agents were identified and benefited the Soviet Union in the Cold War. Peters’3rdthursdaynoon program last year about WW II’s ENIGMA Machine drew record attendance.
David Peters received a B.S. degree in mathematics from Drexel University and an M.A. in Mathematics from the University of Maryland. He was employed for 36 years as a Cryptologic Mathematician by the National Security Agency. He and his wife, Linda, currently volunteer at Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve and at Cross Keys Village.
To register for the program or for information about Arts Council’s classes or membership, call 717-334-5006 or visit www.adamsarts.org.