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"The CIA is a young and relatively untested child in the strange world of intelligence. The enemy dourly accuses it of 'Black Warfare.' But there is definite proof of its success. Radio Moscow never misses a chance to scream shrilly of 'the extended spy network of the Wall Street mercenaries.'"

"The CIA system of evaluating information on the Soviet enemy takes advantage of the staggering amount of expert knowledge shared by American scholars... Surprisingly little of CIA's information comes from the romantic world of of espionage. In fact, the agency will not even admit it knows a spy."

Many people tend to believe that the CIA evolved from the OSS, but this is not entirely the case; it grew out of an organization that was established a year earlier - the National Intelligence Agency; you can read about it by clicking here.

On June 6, 2014, the CIA opened an account with Twitter. Their first message read:
"We can neither confirm or deny that this is our first Tweet."

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A 1951 article about CIA recruiting can be read here.

In 1958, Fidel Castro wrote an article for an American magazine in which he thoroughly lied about his intentions; click here to read it.

Additional magazine and newspaper articles about Cold War spies can be read on this page.

     


The Early CIA (Coronet Magazine, 1951)

The Early CIA (Coronet Magazine, 1951)

The Early CIA (Coronet Magazine, 1951)

The Early CIA (Coronet Magazine, 1951)

The Early CIA (Coronet Magazine, 1951)

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