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FBI File Special Intelligence Service History Volume 3

FBI File Special Intelligence Service History Volume 3

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In June 1940, the FBI created a Special Intelligence Service (SIS) to collect intelligence in the western hemisphere, especially against Nazi activities. In 1947, a multi-volume history of this program was written.
In June 1940, the FBI created a Special Intelligence Service (SIS) to collect intelligence in the western hemisphere, especially against Nazi activities. In 1947, a multi-volume history of this program was written.

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of the La in Alm"ican C~tri88. nti8 SpecialAgent 1n Charge, during' tJ1. years or his &881gDm8nt n San Anton1.o, haddeveloped 8D1' valuable contact. in J4ex1ooCity and bad spent 808 time inl~exico prior to his open assignment &8 an orficial of the Bureau engaged 1npolice trainin~ wmok.When this r8Fe88ltati'Y.'S &8sien-nt to the Aa8l"ican mabuqwas phoed.
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basis, he was gi'Yai the tit.1e ot .0i'9'11 Attache"in conwut to the titJ.e "Legal Attache" which ftS used in most of theotJ1er count1"1ea, because or tJ1e American Ambassador's objections to tJ1elatter title.In lfarch, 1941, r~ umercover aen were assigned to ftr1~parts or Mexico. During tbe tolloring montJ1scovc-age was expanded untilthe n88r or 1943 when an average ot tort)" Agent. 'AS _intained in tlJatCOtlnUoT. B,. J.nguat. 1946, when tbe tinal procese or cloeiDg 'U1e815 prograain JIex1co 88.8 .tarted, tJ1c-e were rwrteen a.lreau representatives attachedto tlle Ofrice or tbe Civil Attache. When tlle S1S program W&8 inallY'terDdnated in .1.1. 1947, two .Agents -re retained in a liaison capacit)"due to the lIa'tAlre azxi voluae or tbe alreau'e work harKJ1ed n ~co.During and. after tbe 'ar, tbe Civil Att.che's Ottice occupiedspace in cn" near tlle mUd,1np of tlle AMri~ Embassy 1n )Mxico City.For s~ time the otfice occupied space apart tr~ tJ1e othc- branchesof tJ1e llbusy 1n a w!1ding acros8 the 8treet tr~ the Chancellery. Utertne war, reduced .pace was taken 1n the ChanceU 817 wilding for a shorttime aJ¥1 ht3 office was tinall)" mO'9'edo another b11J.d,ing near tne ){1.li tar,.Attache's office.
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