Sleeper agent

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 23 Dec 18, Sunday

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Bernard Julius Otto Kuehn (sometimes referred to as Kuhn) was a sleeper agent in the employ of the Abwehr for Nazi Germany who had close ties to Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels.[1] In 1935, Goebbels offered Kuehn a job working for Japanese intelligence in Hawaii; he accepted and moved his family to Honolulu on August 15, 1935. The family included Dr. Kuhn, a pleasant scholarly man of 41; his wife, Friedel; a daughter, Susie Ruth (at 17, she was the former mistress of Goebbels);[1] and her two half-brothers, Hans Joachim, and Eberhard.


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His daughter dated U.S. military personnel and opened a beauty parlor that offered the best and cheapest services in the city. Wives of high-ranking military personnel would spend hours gossiping about the coming and going of their husbands and boyfriends. “They talked so much,” she would later say, “that it was a relief when they left the place”.[1]

Bernard Kuehn’s son, Hans Joachim Kuehn was only 11 years old when he was trained by his father to ask precise questions about the ships and submarines. Young Hans was also trained to notice some critical areas on those ships and submarines. Every morning, Bernard would dress up young Hans as a U.S. Navy sailor to show their patriotism, and they would both go walk along the waterfront. The Officers would invite Hans into the ships and submarines and that’s when Hans would start spying.[1]

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