Unsealing secrets of the Rosenbergs

The Rosenbergs were accused of passing atomic secrets to the Soviet Union during World War II, when the Soviets were America's allies. After a sensational 1951 trial, they were convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage. Two years later, they became the first - and so far the last - American civilians to be prosecuted and put to death for spying.

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