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Nuclear Secrets


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2/5. Superspy. Shy, academic physicist Klaus Fuchs was among the American team that developed the atom bomb that devastated Japan and ended the Second World War. But was he a ruthless spy passing secrets to the Russians, whose treachery propelled the world onto the path of nuclear proliferation?
Writer Mark Halliley ; Producer/Director Chris Bould (HD)


Unknown: Klaus Fuchs
Unknown: Mark Halliley
Director: Chris Bould
Klaus Fuchs: Marco Hofschnetder
Rudolf Peieris: Jonathan Firth
Captain De Silva: Shane Dean
Robert Oppenheimer: Joe Jones
Genia Peierls: Lucy Gaskell
George Kistiakowsky: Ross Collins
Kristal: Kristin Atwell
Harry Gold: Gene Ganssle
Igor Kurchatov: Gergo Danka
Henry Arnold: Gerrard McArthur
Alexander Feklisov: Breffnl McKenna
Robert Lamphere: Noah Lee Marqetts
Seymoon Kremer: David Barrass
Sonia: Martina Maria Reichart

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