Mark Zborowski (27 January 1908 – 30 April 1990) (AKA "Marc" Zborowski or Etienne) was an anthropologist and an NKVD agent ( Venona codenames TULIP and KANT  ). He was the NKVD's most valuable mole inside the Trotskyist organization in Paris during the 1930s and in New York during the 1940s.    Contents 1 Childhood in Uman
- University of Grenoble
- Anthropologist and NKVD agent
- Marc Zborowski
- Childhood in Uman
- Early life in Paris
Mark Zborowski (January 27, 1908 – April 30, 1990) (AKA "Marc" Zborowski) was an anthropologist and an NKVD agent (Venona codenames TULIP and KANT). He was the NKVD's most valuable mole inside the Trotskyist organization in Paris during the 1930s and in New York during the 1940s.
Zborowski was one of four children born into a Jewish family in Uman, near Cherkasy, in 1908. According to the story Zborowski told friends, his conservative parents moved to Poland in 1921 to escape the October Revolution in Russia. While he was a student, Zborowski disobeyed his parents and joined the Polish Communist Party. His political activit...
In 1933 the penniless Zborowski turned up in Paris with his wife and was recruited as an NKVD agent by the Leningrad émigré Alexander Adler. He provided the NKVD with a written background and revealed that his sister and two brothers lived in the Soviet Union. According to historian John J. Dziak, the NKVD had recruited him into a special group who...
17/11/2011 · Mark Zborowski was the most notorious and deadly agent of the Soviet secret police (the GPU) inside the Trotskyist movement in the 1930s. He played a central role in setting up leading members of...
Mark Zborowski, one of four children born into a Jewish family in Uman, in Ukraine, on 27th January, 1908. His family disapproved of the Russian Revolution and moved to Poland in 1921. Zborowski developed radical political opinions while a student and joined the Polish Communist Party.
12/12/2021 · Mark Zborowski (27 de enero de 1908 - 30 de abril de 1990) (también conocido como "Marc" Zborowski o Etienne) fue un antropólogo y agente de la NKVD (nombres en clave de Venona TULIP y KANT). Fue el topo más valioso de la NKVD dentro de la organización trotskista en París durante la década de 1930 y en Nueva York durante la de 1940.
16/05/2021 · esta carta es una solicitud formal de que retracte completa, inequívoca y públicamente sus declaraciones falsas calumniando al comité internacional de la cuarta internacional y al abogado alan...
14/11/2015 · Mark Zborowski y su esposa en San Francisco, 1975. Los abogados de Gelfand pidieron al tribunal que obligara a Zborowski a responder a las preguntas.