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Allan Dalziel (right), a social reformer and staffer of Australian Leader of the Opposition, H.V. Evatt, arrives at the Royal Commission on Espionage in Sydney on 16 August 1954 with his barrister A.
Petrov Affair: Soviet Spy Ring in Australia, 1954
Petrov Affair: Soviet Spy Ring in Australia, 1954
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Petrov Affair: Soviet Spy Ring in Australia, 1954
PIX PHIL CARRICK E COMMERCE,
PIX PHIL CARRICK E COMMERCE,
PIX PHIL CARRICK E COMMERCE,
PIX PHIL CARRICK E COMMERCE,
Petrov Affair, 1954
Petrov Affair, 1954
Petrov Affair, 1954
Petrov Affair, 1954
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Petrov Affair, 1954
Petrov Affair, 1954
Petrov Meeting Place, Botanic Gardens,
Petrov Meeting Place, Botanic Gardens,
Generic picture - wages, negotiation,
Director General of ASIO, Dennis
Australian Prime Minister John Howard
Australian Prime Minister John Howard
Director General of ASIO, Dennis
Director General of ASIO, Dennis
Australian Prime Minister John Howard
Ric Throssell appears at the Petrov Inquiry, Sydney, 1955
Australian Prime Minister John Howard with ASIO Director General Dennis Richardson at the opening of the National Threat Assessment Centre in the ASIO building in Canberra on 5 May 2004.
Keith Lowry ... build a culture of security

US counterintelligence expert and Edward Snowden investigator, Keith Lowry.
Australian Prime Minister John Howard
Sherman Young, pictured, is holding
Generic detective, private investigator, 5
Mrs Petrov is escorted onto a BOAC plane at Sydney Airport to be extradited to Russia while crowds of anti communists and Eastern Europeans try to prevent the plane from taking off, 19 April 1954.
Mrs Petrov is escorted onto a BOAC plane at Sydney Airport to be extradited to Russia while crowds of anti communists and Eastern Europeans try to prevent the plane from taking off, 19 April 1954.
Mrs Petrov is escorted onto a BOAC plane at Sydney Airport to be extradited to Russia while crowds of anti communists and Eastern Europeans try to prevent the plane from taking off, 19 April 1954.
Mrs Petrov is escorted onto a BOAC plane at Sydney Airport to be extradited to Russia while crowds of anti communists and Eastern Europeans try to prevent the plane from taking off, 19 April 1954.
Mrs Petrov is escorted onto a BOAC plane at Sydney Airport to be extradited to Russia while crowds of anti communists and Eastern Europeans try to prevent the plane from taking off, 19 April 1954.
Vladimir Petrov 5-7-1954 Pic by
PETROV AFFAIR ARGUS COLLECTION 12-5-1954
G.H. Richards, Department Chief of
Diplomatic couriers Mr Kharkov and
Mickie Hardie, who was a
Mickie Hardie, who was a
Richard Pratt in his office,
Vladimir Petrov in 1957. 260702
A young man speaks to reporters after he was seen to shout something at Vladimir Petrov, former Third Secretary at the Soviet Embassy, outside the Petrov Royal Commission at Sydney's Darlinghurst cou
Australian Prime Minister John Howard
A crowd queues outside Darlinghurst Court in Sydney for entry to the Petrov Royal Commission, 16 August 1954.
Reg Russell, press photographer for The Daily Telegraph, waits outside Darlinghurst Court in Sydney during the Petrov Royal Commission, 16 August 1954.
Staff at the Russian Embassy in Canberra are recalled to Russia following the defection of the Third Secretary, Mr Vladimir Petrov, who supplied Soviet secrets to the Australian government, 28 March
Staff of the Russian Embassy are recalled to Russia following the defection of the Third Secretary, Mr Vladimir Petrov, who supplied Soviet secrets to the Australian government, 29 April 1954
Staff of the Russian Embassy are recalled to Russia following the defection of the Third Secretary, Mr Vladimir Petrov, who supplied Soviet secrets to the Australian government, 29 April 1954
Staff at the Russian Embassy in Canberra are recalled to Russia following the defection of the Third Secretary, Mr Vladimir Petrov, who supplied Soviet secrets to the Australian government, 28 March
Staff of the Russian Embassy are recalled to Russia following the defection of the Third Secretary, Mr Vladimir Petrov, who supplied Soviet secrets to the Australian government, 29 April 1954
Petrov Affair, 1954
Petrov Affair, 1954
Petrov Affair, 1954
Petrov Affair, 1954
Petrov Affair, 1954
Petrov Affair, 1954
Petrov Affair, 1954
Scenes at the Petrov Royal Commission at the High Court (?) in Darlinghurst, Sydney, 20 August 1954.
Dr Evatt, Leader of the Australian Labor Party (?), is photographed at Darlinghurst Court in Sydney during the Petrov Royal Commission, 16 August 1954. Evatt is a ket witness in the inquiry.
Petrov Affair, 1954
Petrov Affair, 1954
Soviet spymaster ... Wally Clayton about to appear as a witness at the Petrov royal commission, outside Darlinghurst court in 1955.

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Witness Ric Throssell at the Petrov Inquiry at Darlinghurst law courts on 2 February 1955.
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