The FBI's Missing Nazi Files

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posted on Jun, 4 2003 @ 01:41 PM
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>>> Like many federal agencies, the FBI has a section of its Website containing documents frequently requested under the Freedom of Information Act. But some of those files have disappeared. At one point, you could download declassified documents on Adolph Hitler, Klaus Barbie, and members of the Basque government who reported on political conditions in South America during and after WWII. Those files are now gone.

It seems likely that this disappearance has to do with the fact that the FBI has recently turned over all its files relating to Nazi war crimes to the National Archives, which will review them for possible release. [Read more.] But as pointed out, some of these files have already been released. Since we find it hard to imagine how national security could be jeopardized by WWII-era information about Hitler and the Nazis, we're reposting the files the FBI withdrew from public circulation. (The descriptions of the material used below are were from the FBI's site.)




posted on Jun, 4 2003 @ 02:57 PM
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Any documents missing that pertain to presedent Bushes grandfather?



posted on Jun, 4 2003 @ 10:47 PM
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Haven't seen anything about "grandpa" in relation to the missing docs yet, ASE.
However, I am checking out other sources due to the info. about these documents.

[Edited on 5-6-2003 by diva]



posted on Jun, 4 2003 @ 10:53 PM
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This is not a big surprise... A lot of the original CIA was constructed with the help of Nazi Gestapo and SS personnel that were brought to the US under Project Paperclip. It was assumed that the vast intelligence networks that these people had access to in Europe would help in the fight against communism.

Also brought to the US was a large number of Thule Society Members, a member organization of the Cabal, who helped to integrate the US government into the Cabal (IE, soon afterward came the Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderbergs, ect)

It would be my assumption that perhaps someone was requesting files that was getting a little too close for comfort on some of these issues.



posted on Jun, 5 2003 @ 01:04 AM
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If Im not mistaken, both the Thule, and the Scull&Bones both had there beginings from the same secret society in Germany.

It interesting that both the SS and the scull&bones use the same symbol, scull & cross bones. Will the scull&bones lead the US to the same fate as the SS?



posted on Jun, 5 2003 @ 01:34 AM
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I really hate to be a smart " kushmien tokus"; but the renowned FBI has lost more than that
goodnight
tut tut



posted on Jun, 17 2003 @ 07:35 PM
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www.anomalous-images.com...

I seen you guys like the Nazi's so I wasn't quite sure if you have ever read these since I am rather new.



posted on Jun, 24 2003 @ 04:43 PM
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yeah well our government had" operation paperclip" and they brought over german scientists but you hear of "operation cherry blossoms at night"it was a Japanese plan to let loose bombs filled with bubonic plague infested fleas over California but we stopped them with "the bomb" and they changed their minds real quick.but the Japanese had medical camps that were 10 times as worse as german pow camps where they were actually performing autopsies on living subjects and subjecting people to all forms of insanity.which the Japanese government has NEVER apologized for what they did



posted on Jun, 24 2003 @ 06:03 PM
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Operation Paperclip was nothing to be ashamed of.

The Nazis had the best thinkers in Europe under their physical control at the end of WW2.

The Soviets would have taken those thinkers to their land and used them against the West if we hadn't taken them back.




There could be dozens of reasons why FBI files would be removed from the internet:

It could be redtape.
It could be that they're covering up our history.
It could be that they've been reclassified.
It could be an error.
It could be a psychological ploy to confuse.
It could be that they lost them.
It could be that they give away too much information.
It could be that they're being worked on.
It could be for technical reasons.
It could be you never saw them.
It could be they're still there.

foia.fbi.gov...



posted on Jul, 24 2003 @ 05:34 PM
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Originally posted by diva


>>> Like many federal agencies, the FBI has a section of its Website containing documents frequently requested under the Freedom of Information Act. But some of those files have disappeared. At one point, you could download declassified documents on Adolph Hitler, Klaus Barbie, and members of the Basque government who reported on political conditions in South America during and after WWII. Those files are now gone.

It seems likely that this disappearance has to do with the fact that the FBI has recently turned over all its files relating to Nazi war crimes to the National Archives, which will review them for possible release. [Read more.] But as pointed out, some of these files have already been released. Since we find it hard to imagine how national security could be jeopardized by WWII-era information about Hitler and the Nazis, we're reposting the files the FBI withdrew from public circulation. (The descriptions of the material used below are were from the FBI's site.)





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