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... , Hoover was also convinced, at other times, that she had numerous male lovers, including at least one black'. Based on a joke intercepted through a bug in the offices of the National Maritime Union, Hoover concluded that the union's two top officials were both sexually 'servicing' Eleanor Roosevelt, probably to further the aims of the Communist party.20 Hoover was careful not to use any such gossip against her while her husband was alive. In 1953, however, he arranged a briefing for top aides of President-elect Dwight Eisenhower about one of her alleged extramarital affairs with a left-wing activist – misinformation passed to him by Army Intelligence during World War II ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 30  -  21 Feb 2017  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster73/lob73-scandals-blackmail.pdf
... number of books on Orwell, and his The Politics of Literary Reputation: The Making and Claiming of 'St George' Orwell (OUP, 1989) is certainly one of the essential studies of the man, his work and his impact. He has also edited a number of books on Irving Howe and has written widely on East Germany under Communist rule and other subjects. Over the years I have learned a great deal from his writing. Consequently I was looking forward to the publication of Of G-Men and Eggheads with considerable interest. Unfortunately, while certainly worth reading, the book is actually something of a disappointment. It examines FBI surveillance of three New York intellectuals, ...
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... building his case, Padfield is forced to rely almost exclusively on circumstantial evidence. Understandably, perhaps, he has the barest scraps of archival sources, but the evidence that he presents is largely a melange of lost letters, missing documents, anonymous informants and unreliable witnesses. ' Padfield also examined fresh evidence gathered by Tony Marczan in post- Communist Prague, where air historian Jirí Rajlich 9 discovered from log books and interviews that two Czechoslovak RAF Hurricane pilots, Sgts Leopold Šrom and Václav Bauman (left and centre below), reported 8 <http://www.historytoday.com/blog/2013/12/real-turning-point-second-world- ...
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... Just one example: <http://www.salon.com/2016/11/25/a -short- history-of-fake-news-conservatives-believed-all-sorts-of-crap-long- before-facebook/>. charges were made against Bill Clinton. That Clinton was a communist. In fact there are reasonably good reports that he was recruited by the CIA, while a Rhodes Scholar in Oxford, to report on American students in the UK who opposed the Vietnam War.5 3 That Clinton was corrupt. The Whitewater scandal: never proven, despite 50 million dollars spent by the Republicans investigating it. That ...
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... Manchester in return for privileged access of its wine (e .g . Port and Madeira) to British markets and open its Brazilian ports to British merchants. 16 Ligia Amancio 'Trump e o pós-politicamente correcto', Publico, 27 January 2017, p. 47 views with which they cannot agree. Nazis and the now largely defunct communist parties of what was once called the Soviet bloc are the only ones whose use of language was supposedly deceptive or simply dishonest. In what was once called 'the West' or the 'free world', the unrestricted expression of ideas was claimed as an exclusive property. Everything said or written in the West was per se free (and ...
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... they were – decided to build the entire scheme on a Mannlicher-Carcano rifle, a cheap, unreliable weapon. The answer must be that it happened this way because Oswald owned a Mannlicher-Carcano; and as recent analysis seems to have confirmed, the photographs of him posing with the rifle and American left newspapers, both Trotskyist and Communist, were authentic (despite his claim that they had been faked).13 In his memoir Chauncey Holt tells us that, in the months before the assassination, the weapons workshop he ran for the CIA was investigating the Mannlicher-Carcano rifle. It was also experimenting with re-firing a bullet, previously fired by a Mannlicher ...
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... '), Canada (pro-west) and Poland (pro-east). The US did not participate, did not agree with the recommendations and made it clear it reserved the right to act independently. Traditionally regarding anything 'China' as their preserve, they considered Eden naïve (at best), the Emperor Bao a clear Communist stooge and Ho Chi Minh a ruthless conspirator controlled by Moscow. Within a few years, with the US actively promoting dissent and opposing anything less than a clear Communist defeat, it was game over and the descent had begun into the final phase of the long and miserable Vietnam War and the loss of 3.3 million lives. ...
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... , in turn, was killed in police custody by Jack Ruby, a 'very troubled misfit, loser', and not part of any grand conspiracy. But Shenon has a conspiracy theory of his own, one floated immediately after the assassination and discounted. In this Oswald, the lone wolf assassin, was encouraged and possibly supported by Cuban communists while he was in Mexico City a few weeks before the assassination. Logically, this then makes them confederates and accomplices in a conspiracy of sorts. As Shenon said in his NPR interview:'. . . it's remarkable to discover that the CIA itself describes what 1 The few that have: Seth Kantor, Earl Golz, Gaeton ...
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... MI5, saw him at least once a fortnight and was the first Prime Minister to ever visit MI5's headquarters. When Sillitoe retired and wrote his memoirs, it was Attlee who provided the Foreword. As far as Attlee was concerned there were a number of Labour MPs who needed keeping a eye on (some were much too close to the Communist Party, much too left-wing). There was communist influence in the trade unions that needed to be monitored and there was the problem of Communist Party members and sympathisers in sensitive positions in the civil service, scientific establishments and elsewhere. As relations with the Soviet Union deteriorated and Britain became increasingly dependent on the United States, ...
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... history, is one of the greatest crimes of the post-1945 period, and the Americans still lost! What about the British experience? The British still used aerial bombardment in their post-1945 colonial wars. How effective was it? In Malaya, the RAF dropped 35,000 tons of bombs and claimed to have killed 700 Communist guerrillas. This number of fatalities was almost certainly inflated, but even so this means that it took 5 tons of bombs to kill one guerrilla. The attempt to use air power against the small Communist guerrilla movement, hiding out in the jungle, was clearly an exercise in futility. Much the same was true of the bombing of ...
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