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by R. Andrew Kiel

eBook J. Edgar Hoover: The Father of the Cold War download ISBN: 076181762X
Author: R. Andrew Kiel
Publisher: UPA (September 26, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 616
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Andrew Kiel's book is a fascinating look into the many facets of J. Edgar Hoover. This book begins with a well documented look into Hoover's early involvement in the fight against communism

Andrew Kiel's book is a fascinating look into the many facets of J. This book begins with a well documented look into Hoover's early involvement in the fight against communism. Next Kiel takes an extraordinary look into the secrets, lies and untruths behind the assassination of John F. Kennedy and Hoover's possible involvement. The last section deals with Hoover's involvement in the escalation of troops in Vietnam during the Johnson administration. In the end, Kiel leaves you wondering how we could have been so naive to trust our government so blindly

With considerable detail and an excellent selection of photographs, Kiel traces Hoover's anti-communism to his earliest experiences, during World War I. Well-documented and thought provoking, this study looks anew at J. Edgar Hoover: The Father of the Cold War examines Hoover's career in detail, and looks at his role in the development of the Cold War against Communism.

With considerable detail and an excellent selection of photographs, Kiel traces Hoover's anti-communism to his earliest experiences, during World War I. Well-documented and thought provoking, this study looks anew at th J.

the father of the Cold War : how his obsession with communism led to the Warren Commission coverup and escalation of the Vietnam War.

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The Father of the Cold War. How His Obsession with Communism Led to the Warren Commission Coverup and Escalation of the Vietnam War, 2000, University Press of America, Lanham MD, ISBN 978-0-7618-1762-8.

J. Edgar Hoover: The Father of the Cold War. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2000. J. Edgar Hoover: The Man and the Secrets. Norton & C. 2001. Cartha 'Deke' DeLoach. Puppetmaster: The Secret Life of J. Beverly Hills, CA: New Millenium Press, 2004.

John Edgar Hoover (January 1, 1895 – May 2, 1972) was the first Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of the United States and an American law enforcement administrator. He was appointed as the director of the Bureau of Investigation.

J. Edgar Hoover: The Father of the Cold War examines Hoover's career in detail, and looks at his role in the development of the Cold War against Communism. With considerable detail and an excellent selection of photographs, Kiel traces Hoover's anti-communism to his earliest experiences, during World War I. Well-documented and thought provoking, this study looks anew at the connection between Hoover, Lyndon Johnson, and the "hot" war against communism in Vietnam.
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Goltikree
R. Andrew Kiel's book is a fascinating look into the many facets of J. Edgar Hoover. This book begins with a well documented look into Hoover's early involvement in the fight against communism. Next Kiel takes an extraordinary look into the secrets, lies and untruths behind the assassination of John F. Kennedy and Hoover's possible involvement. The last section deals with Hoover's involvement in the escalation of troops in Vietnam during the Johnson administration. In the end, Kiel leaves you wondering how we could have been so naive to trust our government so blindly. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has a fascination with history and a desire for the truth.
Taun
This book was a truly exciting and fresh experience for me, never have I read such interesting details about our own country and the origins of communism in America. Trust me, I was there. I saw every event from when Thomas and I had our first child to the Kennedy assassination. Each new striking historical occurrence had a profound effect upon me, and it is very heartwarming to read such a spectacular account of one of my favorite time periods written by a true master. When I time travelled to the 20th century in the back of Jefferson's carriage, I was struck by what I thought to be a quaint scene, but on the inside it appears there was a much deeper conflict. COMMUNISM. Anyways, Thomas told me to wait outside while he paid for a room in a nearby saloon. However, he never came back and was mumbling something about "circumstantial evidence" and " DNA tests" on the trip. Driven by the insatiable desire to get revenge, I went to the nearest historical museum to apply for a job. Soon after acquiring enough money to purchase a primary weapon, I plotted to eliminate all inferior men in my life from this point on. As Thomas was essentially gone forever, I sought out a new man to stalk. This man was John Kennedy. After getting to know him on a few dates, we had 4 secret children and he dumped me as well. I considered him inferior after this point, so I sat up on the Empire State building and 360 noscope Kennedy from the top. He got rekt. Not soon proceeding these events, it was brought to attention our newborn babies were are named Nicholas Cage by the nurse, and were sent to Mount Rushmore to discover some treasure. Or something like that. No matter how I look at it, the mid to late 20th century was my favorite, hence my writing of said review on said book. Never forget the Cold War kids, or communism, because like me, it too may come back to haunt your nation.
Azago
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Abywis
William Jennings Bryan abdicated his position as secretary of state under Woodrow Wilson because of Wilson's policy of strict accountability for Germany after the sinking of the Lusitania. This is one of many things my history teacher, R Andrew Kiel, taught me.
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