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A Look Over My Shoulder: A Life in the Central Intelligence Agency

RichardHelms William Hood Henry Kissinger February 20, 2020

A Look Over My Shoulder: A Life in the Central Intelligence Agency RichardHelms William Hood Henry Kissinger A Look over My Shoulder begins with President Nixon s attempt to embroil the Central Intelligence Agency, of which Richard Helms was then the director, in the Watergate cover up Helms then recalls his education in Switzerland and Germany and at Williams College his early career as a foreign correspondent in Berlin, during which he once lunched with Hitler and his returnA Look over My Shoulder begins with President Nixon s attempt to embroil the Central Intelligence Agency, of which Richard Helms was then the director, in the Watergate cover up Helms then recalls his education in Switzerland and Germany and at Williams College his early career as a foreign correspondent in Berlin, during which he once lunched with Hitler and his return to newspaper work in the United States Helms served on the German desk at OSS headquarters in London subsequently, he was assigned to Allen Dulles s Berlin office in postwar Germany.On his return to Washington, Helms assumed responsibility for the OSS carryover operations in Germany, Austria, and Eastern Europe He remained in this post until the Central Intelligence Agency was formed in 1947 At CIA, Helms served in many positions, ultimately becoming the organization s director from 1966 to 1973 He was appointed ambassador to Iran later that year and retired from government service in January 1977 It was often thought that Richard Helms, who served longer in the Central Intelligence Agency than anyone else, would never tell his story, but here it is revealing, news making, and with candid assessments of the controversies and triumphs of a remarkable career.

A Look Over My Shoulder: A Life in the Central Intelligence Agency RichardHelms William Hood Henry Kissinger

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