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Allen Dulles, ex CIA Director and member of the Warren Commission



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The Cold War was a looking-glass war.) In 1954, fresh from his success with Magsaysay, Lansdale was sent to South Vietnam by the director of the C.I.A., Allen Dulles, with instructions to do there what he had done in the Philippines: see to the establishment of a pro-Western government and assist it in finding ways to check ...
The Dulles Doctrine — born in a 1971 novel, and gaining new life after the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991 — was a supposed plot by Allen Dulles, the C.I.A. director from 1953 to 1961, to destroy the Soviet Union by corrupting its moral values and cultural heritage. That, as the West has learned in the last ...

Later that day, at National Security Council meeting, the president ordered Director Allen Dulles to 'eliminate a man the CIA saw as the Fidel Castro of Africa – Patrice Lumumba,' the prime minister of the Congo. Lumumba was not a Communist. But he was suspected to be one by CIA. Shortly after being ...
The recycling of the SS was organised by the CIA's first director, Allen Dulles, and his brother, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. No-one was aware of this until the US Congress discovered the size and the consequences of this operation. The Church and Nedzi-Pike Commissions, as well as the United ...
Only after he encounters an American spymaster named the Professor, who is based on CIA director Allen Dulles, the brother of John Foster Dulles and a charter member of the American Establishment, does Thornhill begin to decipher the turbulent series of events, including a harrowing encounter with the ...
CIA directors have been disclaiming any policy role since the agency's earliest days, when Allen Dulles used the word “myth” and termed assertions of a policy role the most harmful assertion made about the agency. Current CIA director Mike Pompeo told an audience last spring he could “leave to others ...

... and Turkey, and the author of books such as The Brothers: John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles, and Their Secret World War and All the Shah's Men: An American Coup and the Roots of Middle East Terror. In his latest book, The True Flag: Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain, and the Birth of American Empire, ...
Even before his Fulton speech, the term was used by Allen Dulles of OSS intelligence at the end of 1945 in occupied Germany. Dulles, John Foster Dulles' brother, would later head the CIA under Eisenhower (he was removed by Kennedy after the Bay of Pigs). There is one every important point which is ...
One of the more fascinating revelations in the Central Intelligence Agency's archives is the fact that, on two separate occasions, the Agency has had the White House bury time capsules of CIA materials in the walls of their buildings. The first box was jokingly referred to by Director Allen Dulles as containing ...
In addition I had access to many declassified documents seen by no previous historian-for example Lansdale's top-secret report to CIA Director Allen Dulles on how he got Ramon Magsaysay elected president of the Philippines in 1953. Together this new documentary record allowed me to provide the ...
... has a penchant for pushing conspiracy theories, ranging from wild speculation about Obama's sexual orientation to claiming that Adolf Hitler escaped Germany with the help of Allen Dulles, who would later become the CIA director. Corsi has now written “decode” analyses of the messages “Q” has posted ...
Turner deftly recounts the multinational Cassia team's heroic exploits and their contact with OSS Bern Chief and later CIA Director Allen Dulles, as well as the ring's tradecraft errors that got most of them killed. With panoramic descriptions of the infamous Gestapo headquarters and detention center, Turner ...
Along the way, Prados features the agency's heroes, patriots and schemers, including legendary early directors Walter Bedell Smith and Allen Dulles. It is an account that relies notably on documents including those released by the CIA itself, as detailed in 22 pages of endnotes. While acknowledging CIA ...
Adding to that, Mellen explained in her book mentioned above, that the family of former CIA Director of Central Intelligence, Allen Dulles (left photo), had been very 'interested' in Permindex. In 2005, Dr. Daniele Ganser stated that a highly secretive CIA-backed paramilitary army was “born out of the head of ...
But we know beyond a doubt that a handful of powerful men in Washington coordinated the cover-up, including former CIA director and Warren Commission member Allen Dulles; FBI director J. Edgar Hoover; and CIA counterintelligence chief James Angleton, who served as the agency's liaison with the ...
... 25 years, date back to this early time, to the days when the CIA was still the Office of Strategic Services and includes multiple reports on the Agency's attempts to evaluate its mission and execution, including an early one, dated January 1949, from soon-to-be Director of Central Intelligence Allen Dulles.
Last week, WhoWhatWhy commemorated the 70th birthday of the CIA with an excerpt from author David Talbot's book The Devil's Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America's Secret Government. As a followup, in this podcast interview with WhoWhatWhy's Jeff Schechtman, originally aired ...

When it comes to behind-the-scenes intrigue, no one could out-sinister Allen Dulles, director of the CIA from 1953 to 1961. Dulles's job, simply put, was to hijack the US government — for the benefit of the wealthy. What he did, and how he did it, has never been more relevant, given the state of the nation in ...
CIA directors have been disclaiming any policy role since the agency's earliest days, when Allen Dulles used the word “myth” and termed assertions of a policy role the most harmful assertion made about the agency. Current CIA director Mike Pompeo told an audience last spring he could “leave to others ...
The tragic CIA record is outlined in a book: “The Devil's Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America's Secret Government,” by David Talbot. It says “rabid anti-communism” consumed Washington in those days, and the CIA furtively aided foreign assassinations, as well as other treachery.
"[T]his trafficking of human jihadists is approved by the president himself and being protected by rogue elements of the CIA, FBI, and DEA — the same rogue elements that have been smuggling drugs, guns, gold, cash, and small children for the American elite ever since Allen Dulles and J. Edgar Hoover ...
Adding to that, Mellen explained in her book mentioned above, that the family of former CIA Director of Central Intelligence, Allen Dulles (left photo), had been very 'interested' in Permindex. In 2005, Dr. Daniele Ganser stated that a highly secretive CIA-backed paramilitary army was “born out of the head of ...
During the 1950s, Allen Dulles used the CIA as a vehicle to recruit a collection of Nazi war criminals and mafia henchmen for covert anti-communist campaigns across Europe, develop the failed mind control program MK ULTRA and plot assassinations and international intrigues in order to topple popular ...
Among the real-life figures we encounter via vintage clips are former CIA Directors Allen Dulles, Richard Helms, and William Colby, who was involved in the CIA's murderous Phoenix Program in Vietnam and, like Olson, died mysteriously. Those Ford White House apparatchiks, Dick Cheney and Donald ...
But we know beyond a doubt that a handful of powerful men in Washington coordinated the cover-up, including former CIA director and Warren Commission member Allen Dulles; FBI director J. Edgar Hoover; and CIA counterintelligence chief James Angleton, who served as the agency's liaison with the ...
He met and charmed Allen Dulles, soon to be the first civilian director of the CIA. For training, he was dispatched to Bletchley Park, the British espionage headquarters, where he apprenticed with legendary British spies such as Kim Philby. Readers who recognize Philby's name will understand that Angleton ...
Talbot most recently worked as a columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle. A former senior editor for Mother Jones, he's the author of several nonfiction books, including the New York Times bestseller "Brothers: The Hidden History of the Kennedy Years" and 2015's "The Devil's Chessboard: Allen Dulles, ...
In his executive order announcement, President Johnson named seven prominent figures to the commission: Warren, Senators Richard Russell and John Sherman Cooper, Representatives Gerald Ford and Hale Boggs, former CIA director Allen Dulles and Council on Foreign Relations chair John McCloy.
Then read David Talbot's The Devil's Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America's Secret Government for further clarification.
Then read David Talbot's The Devil's Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America's Secret Government for further clarification.
“The Brothers: John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles, and Their Secret World War” by Stephen Kinzer will be discussed. The Dec. 19 selection will be ...
He met and charmed Allen Dulles, soon to be the first civilian director of the CIA. For training, he was dispatched to Bletchley Park, the British ...
That meant he was working with Allen Dulles and helped to negotiate the surrender of all German forces. So the villain was no villain at all.
... prepared for the House Select Committee on Assassinations, summarizes the evidence flatly, stating that Allen Dulles, the head of the C.I.A., ...
(Allen Dulles's presence on the commission was, in and of itself, reason to be dubious about it.) Even if you believe that, rushed and ...
As early as March 1951, Allen Dulles, then a deputy director at the CIA, thought it likely that Iran would be 'lost to the West in the coming twelve ...
Yet David Talbot argues in The Devil's Chessboard – a biography of legendary CIA spymaster Allen Dulles, which reads more like a Hollywood ...
Add another entry to Jeff Monson's case file of 'atypical' behavior: This time, singing and dancing alongside a Russian satirical country rock ...
However, conspiracy alarms were raised when former CIA head Allen Dulles was appointed as one of seven commissioners to investigate, ...
... managing plans for an invasion, one that, moreover, Kennedy, following his nomination, had been informed of by CIA Director Allen Dulles.
... managing plans for an invasion, one that, moreover, Kennedy, following his nomination, had been informed of by CIA Director Allen Dulles.
A decade later, a copy of the communication found its way into the CIA archives via a May 8th, 1952 memo from Allen Dulles, then Deputy ...
Allen Dulles. According to Wise, Dulles was quoted in several newspaper articles from the 1910s, preaching that he did not think women ...
And even earlier, then CIA Director Allen Dulles wrote a letter to the defense secretary in which he pushed for rapid development of an ...
Yet David Talbot argues in The Devil's Chessboard - a biography of legendary CIA spymaster Allen Dulles, which reads more like a Hollywood ...
The legendary CIA director Allen Dulles used to boast privately that his list of paid informants included at least one cabinet minister in each ...
David Talbot's new book The Devil's Chessboard (left) is about the reign and influence of CIA director Allen Dulles (right). Photo credit: Book ...
When it comes to behind-the-scenes intrigue, no one could out-sinister Allen Dulles, director of the CIA from 1953 to 1961. Dulles's job, simply ...
However, if you want to read the story of a real spy, you should read about Allen Dulles (1893-1969), the first civilian head of the CIA. Though ...
During the 1950s, Allen Dulles used the CIA as a vehicle to recruit a collection of Nazi war criminals and mafia henchmen for covert anti-communist campaigns across Europe, develop the failed mind control program MK ULTRA and plot assassinations and international intrigues in order to topple popular ...


 

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