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International Spy Museum #1137904

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 25, 2019
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(Studio: Meg Oliver) Report introduced.

(Washington: Errol Barnett) The reopening in Washington, DC, of the International Spy Museum after a renovation featured; scenes shown from inside the museum of various exhibits; details given about the "Russian 10" & other exhibits. [Lead curator Alexis ALBION%- talks about famed spy Mata Hari.] [Intelligence historian H. Keith MELTON@- talks about the museum's artifacts: the hidden world behind international relations.] [Former intelligence officer Col. Chris COSTA%- says learning comes from failures as well as success in intelligence, how spying is a "quiet profession."] The life of a spy noted.

Oliver, Meg;
Barnett, Errol

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