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Gone are the days when one American Allen Dulles
could precipitate a revolt in Iran against premier Mossadeq and restore Raza Shah Pahlavi as the US puppet on
From the USS Maine to Allen Dulles
to now, it's a global virus that only gets more virulent.
director Allen Dulles
. Arbenz had attempted a redistribution of UFC-controlled land to the nation's subsistence farmers.
Douglas Dillon, CIA Director Allen Dulles
, and many more.
With the support of Allen Dulles
, then CIA director, Lansdale proceeded to push for a Magsaysay candidacy against the incumbent president, Elpidio Quirino.
But during a speech in March 1964, former CIA Director Allen Dulles
said of Powers: "He performed his duty in a very dangerous mission and he performed it well, and I think I know more about that than some of his detractors and critics know."
Critics also point to declassified records which indicate that the CIA under Allen Dulles
and the FBI under J.
Neither the OKW nor Carl Jung know that his close associate, Mary Bancroft, works for American spymaster Allen Dulles
. Bancroft and Dulles urge Jung to enter Nazi-occupied Austria and extract Hitler's darkest secrets.
"The chief early advocate seems to have been CIA Deputy Director (and later Director) Allen Dulles
, who called for a major US intervention in Iran even before Mossadegh became prime minister and advocated the overthrow of Mossadegh barely two weeks after he [Mossadegh] assumed office."
One was the agent in this book's title: Allen Dulles
, code name 110, who after the war would become the Central Intelligence Agency's longest-serving director.
Kinzer, a longtime foreign correspondent for the New York Times and now senior fellow of international and public affairs at Brown University and a columnist for the Boston Globe, has written several books in recent years about American foreign policy during the past century, notably a study of the conservative brothers John Foster Dulles and Allen Dulles
, who dominated foreign affairs in the 1950s and early '60s.