Original caption: Fuchs Off to West Germany. London: Klaus Fuchs, 48, the nuclear scientist who was convicted of giving the West's atom bomb secrets to the Russians, waits to board his plane following his release from prison June 23rd. Fuchs, who served more than nine years of a fourteen year sentence for his crime, left by plane for East Germany and permanent residence behind the Iron Curtain. He was believed headed for Leipzig, where his 85-year-old father is a professor at the University of Leipzig.
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