Color shots of an attache (spy) of the United States in the USSR 1952-1954
Says the American historian Douglas Smith.
Major Martin Manhoff served in the US Embassy in Moscow from February 1952 to June 1954, after he was expelled from the USSR on espionage charges. For two years in the Soviet Union, Manhoff traveled extensively and shot most of what he saw on the 16mm color film. All materials were in the closet in his home state of Washington, for more than half a century.