Donovan and the CIA: A History of the Establishment of the Central Intelligence Agency

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DONOVAN AND THE CIA

A History of the Establishment of the Central Intelligence Agency

THOMAS F.TROY

University Publications of America, Inc.

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page a-5
  • Contents i
  • Preface v
  • Preface to First Edition vii
  • Acknowledgments viii
  • Acknowledgments in First Edition ix
  • Abbreviations xi
  • List of Figures xiii
  • Contents xiv
  • List of Illustrations xv
  • Part One - Prewar-the Coi Story 1
  • Chapter II - The Prewar U.S. Intelligence Services 3
  • Chapter III - Col. William J. (“wild Bill”) Donovan 23
  • Chapter IV - Establishment of the Coordinator of Information (Coi) 43
  • Chapter V - The First Six Months 73
  • Part Two - Wartime-The Oss Story 117
  • Chapter VII - Summer Skirmishes 155
  • Chapter VIII - Mid-Winter Battles 179
  • Chapter IX - Donovan's Plan 209
  • Chapter X - Up the Jcs Ladder-almost 231
  • Chapter XI - Oss on the Offensive and Defensive 261
  • Chapter XII - The Abolition of Oss 287
  • Part Three - Postwar-the Cia Story 305
  • Chapter XIV - Truman's Nia and Cig 325
  • Chapter XV - Progress and Problems 351
  • Chapter XVI - The Establishment of Cia 377
  • Chapter XVII - Epilogue: Years Later 411
  • Appendices 417
  • Appendix B 419
  • Appendix C 423
  • Appendix D 424
  • Appendix E 427
  • Appendix F 428
  • Appendix G 429
  • Appendix H 431
  • Appendix I 435
  • Appendix J 436
  • Appendix K 439
  • Appendix L 443
  • Appendix M 445
  • Appendix N 448
  • Appendix O 449
  • Appendix P 451
  • Appendix Q 455
  • Appendix R 459
  • Appendix S 461
  • Appendix T 463
  • Appendix U 464
  • Appendix V 466
  • Appendix W 467
  • Appendix X 469
  • Appendix Y 471
  • Appendix Z 473
  • Notes 479
  • Bibliography 555
  • Index 567
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