Jan 25, Reviews. University of Kansas Press, Edgar Hoover and Clyde Tolson—surely inspired in many a Hooverologist the sense that a historiographical dam would soon break. So close had DeLoach been to uttermost FBI power, albeit the actual directorship eluded him, that while he lived, chroniclers of Bureau intrigue must have found him an immovable obstacle. Yes, shirt-sleeves rather than dresses. Very much worth reading; DeLoach proved to be a naturally fluent writer, but Solzhenitsyn he was not.
The story of J. But does this story tell us more about Hoover or about the nature of gossip? Everyone has heard the rumors that long-time FBI director J. But this information derives from a single questionable source paid for a recollection of something that supposedly occurred three decades earlier—a source with good reason to despise Hoover. When that agency was reorganized as the Federal Bureau of Investigation in , he became its first director.
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Christopher Hitchens. Biography and memoirs , Biography , , , , , , , , Security , Americas , North America , USA. Who can forget the moment in Chapter Six of Greenmantle when Richard Hannay penetrates the inner apartments of Colonel Ulric von Stumm and, with a thrill of horror, realises that there is something distinctly rum about the chief of Prussian Intelligence:. Everywhere on little tables and in cabinets was a profusion of knick-knacks, and there was some beautiful embroidery framed on screens.