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A wealth of material documenting the African American experience, and highlights these resources online, in programs, an...
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African American Heritage, Research & Resources

A wealth of material documenting the African American experience, and highlights these resources online, in programs, and through traditional and social media. Resources for African American ResearchContact Us Guide to Black History Records relating to African Americans at the National Archives Black Power Portal Records relating to the Black Power Movement (1960s-1970s) The History Hub Need help researching records relating to African Americans?...

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A wealth of material documenting the African American experience, and highlights these resources online, in programs, and through traditional and social media. Resources for African American Resear…

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To My Fellow Warriors And Citizens,This site is a tribute to the men and women of the U.S. Army Special Operations Comma...
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To
My Fellow Warriors And Citizens,
This site is a tribute to the men and women of the U.S. Army Special Operations Command who have paid the ultimate price in our war against the extremists and other enemies of our country since the attacks of 9-11. Their lives and sacrifice as outlined here stand as a testament to the remarkable and unflinching willingness of Americans to step forth and accept the hardest and most dangerous tasks in order to protect our way of life. We should be ever reminded by the stories in these pages that freedom is not free but is paid for by each generation with the blood of America’s finest sons and daughters.

To
My Fellow Warriors And Citizens,
This site is a tribute to the men and women of the U.S. Army Special Operations Command who have paid the ultimate price in our war against the extremists and other enemies of our country since the attacks of 9-11. Their lives and sacrifice as outlined here stand as a testament to the remarkable and unflinching willingness of Americans to step forth and accept the hardest and most dangerous tasks in order to protect our way of life. We should be ever reminded by the stories in these pages that freedom is not free but is paid for by each generation with the blood of America’s finest sons and daughters.

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We are all familiar with the tell-tale signs of the flu: sneezing, coughing, aching, and overall physical weakness. In f...
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Influenza(Spanish Flu) and the US Navy

We are all familiar with the tell-tale signs of the flu: sneezing, coughing, aching, and overall physical weakness. In fact, this is probably no different from what our American ancestors encountered before World War I. However, all this changed in 1918, when a particularly virulent form of influenza - the so-called Spanish Flu - appeared, causing more deaths (over 50 million) than had resulted from the entire First World War which lasted four years....

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We are all familiar with the tell-tale signs of the flu: sneezing, coughing, aching, and overall physical weakness. In fact, this is probably no different from what our American ancestors encounter…

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Some 13,000 men and women worked for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the U.S. intelligence agency during World W...
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The Predecessor of the CIA

Some 13,000 men and women worked for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the U.S. intelligence agency during World War II and the forerunner of the modern CIA. Before 1940, the U.S. State Department, FBI and the different branches of the military all had their own security and counterintelligence operations, which did not easily share information with each other. With another war raging in Europe, however, President Franklin D....

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Some 13,000 men and women worked for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the U.S. intelligence agency during World War II and the forerunner of the modern CIA. Before 1940, the U.S. State Depar…

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In order to prevent enemy sabotage at home during World War II, the U.S. government secretly enlisted the help of an unl...
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What was Operation Underworld?

In order to prevent enemy sabotage at home during World War II, the U.S. government secretly enlisted the help of an unlikely partner. On the afternoon of February 9, 1942, smoke billowed over Manhattan’s west side as a fire consumed SS Normandie, a huge French luxury liner being converted into an American World War II troop transport. Although witnesses reported sparks from a worker’s acetylene torch started the blaze, many feared N**i saboteurs were to blame, particularly in light of the arrest of 33 German agents in the Duquesne Spy Ring only months earlier....

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In order to prevent enemy sabotage at home during World War II, the U.S. government secretly enlisted the help of an unlikely partner. On the afternoon of February 9, 1942, smoke billowed over Manh…

Members of Greek OG Group IV coordinate with Bulgarian soldiers in Macedonia in October, 1944. The multi-faceted mission...
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OPERATIONAL GROUPS

Members of Greek OG Group IV coordinate with Bulgarian soldiers in Macedonia in October, 1944. The multi-faceted mission of the Operational Groups was to organize, train, and equip local resistance organizations, and to conduct “hit and run” missions against enemy-controlled roads, railways, and strong points, or to prevent their destruction by retreating enemy forces. Major General William J. Donovan believed that qualified soldiers with language skills and cultural backgrounds could be found among ethnic groups in the United States....

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Members of Greek OG Group IV coordinate with Bulgarian soldiers in Macedonia in October, 1944. The multi-faceted mission of the Operational Groups was to organize, train, and equip local resistance…

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A PANDEMIC LIFE NEEDS

A PANDEMIC LIFE NEEDS

President Harry S. Truman spent his entire young adulthood in Missouri, a border state during the Civil War. Both of his...
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Equality in the military ”Executive Order 9981”

President Harry S. Truman spent his entire young adulthood in Missouri, a border state during the Civil War. Both of his sets of grandparents owned slaves. Many voters and politicians believed that Truman would carry his region’s prejudices to the White House and would do comparatively little to advance the cause of civil rights. And so Truman’s decision to issue Executive Order 9981 to provide for equality of treatment and opportunity in the military surprised many people....

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President Harry S. Truman spent his entire young adulthood in Missouri, a border state during the Civil War. Both of his sets of grandparents owned slaves. Many voters and politicians believed that…

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OSS Office of Strategic Services RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT The mission of the Research and Development (R&D) branch was to ...
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( R & D )

OSS Office of Strategic Services RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT The mission of the Research and Development (R&D) branch was to develop devices to help undercover OSS agents, enhance intelligence gathering, or to facilitate sabotage operations. Like “Q” in the James Bond movies, the OSS R&D branch developed or contracted for the fabrication of special weapons and devices. The branch cooperated extensively with the British, and in many cases refined their clandestine issue items....

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OSS Office of Strategic ServicesRESEARCH & DEVELOPMENTThe mission of the Research and Development (R&D) branch was to develop devices to help undercover OSS agents, enhance intelligence gat…

America’s renowned World War II intelligence agency, the Office of Strategic Services, is our most famous predecessor. B...
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HISTORY OF CIA

America’s renowned World War II intelligence agency, the Office of Strategic Services, is our most famous predecessor. But did you know that America had other versions of intelligence agencies before CIA was formed? Explore our rich history. BeforeWorld War IIA Siloed Approach to Foreign IntelligenceThe history of America’s foreign intelligence gathering reaches back to the Revolutionary war. But it wasn’t until World War II that our country’s foreign intelligence activities were coordinated government-wide....

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America’s renowned World War II intelligence agency, the Office of Strategic Services, is our most famous predecessor. But did you know that America had other versions of intelligence agencies befo…

OSS Office of Strategic ServicesAN ENDURING LEGACY: 1945-PRESENT At the end of WWII, the OSS evaluated its wartime opera...
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1945 PRESENT

OSS Office of Strategic ServicesAN ENDURING LEGACY: 1945-PRESENT At the end of WWII, the OSS evaluated its wartime operations. For more than three years, the organization had been involved in combat and intelligence collection worldwide. At its peak in December 1944, OSS employed 13,000 personnel, 7,500 of whom served overseas. In terms of numbers, the OSS was smaller than a U.S....

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OSS Office of Strategic ServicesAN ENDURING LEGACY: 1945-PRESENTAtthe end of WWII, the OSS evaluated its wartime operations. For more than three years, the organization had been involved in combat …

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The Office of Coordinator of Information (COI) was established on 11 July 1941. It was announced to the public as an age...
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The Office of Coordinator of Information (COI) was established on 11 July 1941. It was announced to the public as an agency for the collection and analysis of information and data. Actually, through COI and its successor, the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the United States was beginning its first organized venture into the fields of espionage, propaganda, subversion and related activities under the aegis of a centralized intelligence agency.
In themselves, these various functions were not new. Every war in American history has produced different examples of the use of spies, saboteurs, and propagandists. Every major power, except the United States, has used espionage, for example, in peace as well as in war, for centuries. The significance of

COI/OSS was in the concept of the relationship between these varied activities and their combined effect as one of the most potent weapons in modern warfare.
The concept evolved from two missions performed for President Roosevelt in 1940 and 1941 by the man who guided COI/OSS throughout its existence—William Joseph Donovan.
The establishment of the COI met particularly vigorous opposition from the Army and Navy on the ground that the new agency might usurp some of their functions. Therefore, it was decided to establish COI as a part of the Executive Office of the President. The new order was not designated as either a military or an executive order; it referred to Roosevelt's position as President, as well as commander in chief, and expressly reserved the duties of his military and naval advisors. It deleted the previous reference to the Army in appointing Donovan as Coordinator.
COI was renamed OSS in June 1942 with its directior reporting to the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The British asked FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover to appoint a Bureau officer to run a new counterintelligence (CI) organization to handle foreign CI, which Donovan had agreed to house within OSS. When Hoover rejected this request, the British asked Donovan to set up a CI section. On 1 March 1943, Donovan created the CI section, known as X-2, and placed James R. Murphy in charge. Murphy and X-2 were given access to ULTRA, Magic and ICE. ICE was the OSS cryptonym for the British MI6 cryptonym ISOS, the decoded and translated German Abwehr (Military Intelligence) message traffic.
This chapter provides the written correspondence by Donovan, President Roosevelt, and others on the creation of COI/OSS, its eventual dissolution after the war, and reports on X-2.

The Office of Coordinator of Information (COI) was established on 11 July 1941. It was announced to the public as an agency for the collection and analysis of information and data. Actually, through COI and its successor, the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the United States was beginning its first organized venture into the fields of espionage, propaganda, subversion and related activities under the aegis of a centralized intelligence agency.
In themselves, these various functions were not new. Every war in American history has produced different examples of the use of spies, saboteurs, and propagandists. Every major power, except the United States, has used espionage, for example, in peace as well as in war, for centuries. The significance of

COI/OSS was in the concept of the relationship between these varied activities and their combined effect as one of the most potent weapons in modern warfare.
The concept evolved from two missions performed for President Roosevelt in 1940 and 1941 by the man who guided COI/OSS throughout its existence—William Joseph Donovan.
The establishment of the COI met particularly vigorous opposition from the Army and Navy on the ground that the new agency might usurp some of their functions. Therefore, it was decided to establish COI as a part of the Executive Office of the President. The new order was not designated as either a military or an executive order; it referred to Roosevelt's position as President, as well as commander in chief, and expressly reserved the duties of his military and naval advisors. It deleted the previous reference to the Army in appointing Donovan as Coordinator.
COI was renamed OSS in June 1942 with its directior reporting to the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The British asked FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover to appoint a Bureau officer to run a new counterintelligence (CI) organization to handle foreign CI, which Donovan had agreed to house within OSS. When Hoover rejected this request, the British asked Donovan to set up a CI section. On 1 March 1943, Donovan created the CI section, known as X-2, and placed James R. Murphy in charge. Murphy and X-2 were given access to ULTRA, Magic and ICE. ICE was the OSS cryptonym for the British MI6 cryptonym ISOS, the decoded and translated German Abwehr (Military Intelligence) message traffic.
This chapter provides the written correspondence by Donovan, President Roosevelt, and others on the creation of COI/OSS, its eventual dissolution after the war, and reports on X-2.

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