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Secret agenda : the United States government, Nazi scientists, and project paperclip, 1945 to 1990

Author: Linda Hunt
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1991.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Linda Hunt
ISBN: 0312055102 9780312055103
OCLC Number: 23180373
Notes: "A Thomas Dunne book."
Description: xi, 340 pages, [16] pages of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm
Responsibility: Linda Hunt.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS PROLOGUE 1. The Beginning -- T Forces search for German scientists 2. Rules of the Game -- Presidential Policy & the JIOA 3. Peenemunde on the Rio Grande -- Wernher von Braun, the rocket group and war crimes investigations. 4. A Hell Called Dora -- Von Braun's group worked in an underground factory using slave labor. 5. Experiments in Death -- Hubertus Strughold and other Nazi doctors, some tried at Nuremberg, work for the Air Force in San Antonio, TX. 6. Escape from Justice -- Some Paperclip scientists escaped war crimes arrests when brought to the U.S. 7. The Dossiers -- How the JIOA changed scientists' records to expunge derogatory information including war crimes evidenc. 8. The CIA Dirty Tricks in the "National Interest" -- intelligence sources and defectors brought to U.S. under cover of Paperclip program, "National Interest" 9. The Argentine Connection -- How the Air Force smuggled notorious Nazi doctor employed under Paperclip out of the U.S. to Argentina. 10. Spies, Spooks & LSD -- Nazi scientists work at Edgewood Arsenal, MD, the army's chemical warfare base, where thousands of U.S. soldiers were used as guinea pigs in the 1950s in Dachau-like LSD and drug experiments. 11. Pipeline to the Alamac Hotel -- How army intelligence agents in plain clothes ran offices in the Alamac Hotel to greet Paperclip recruits when they arrived in New York and help them find jobs. 12. What Price Treason? -- The Director of the JIOA from 1959-1961, William Henry Whalen, was convicted of espionage in 1966 for giving classified info to KGB. 13. Moon Walk in the Shadow of the Third Reich -- Von Braun's group takes America to moon amid controversy. 14. Trying to Open the Lid -- Congress investigates government use of Nazis and Justice Department's Nazi-hunting unit is formed. 15. Consequences -- Arthur Rudolph leaves country rather than face war crimes charges. CONCLUSION GLOSSARY NOTES SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY SELECTED ARCHIVAL SOURCES INDEX

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