The Secret Documents
A writer takes a certain risk when he invites his readers
to examine his secret archives, like a reporter opening up his notebook. Why
did I focus on this event and ignore that one? Stress one aspect and play down
another? Because that's the way I saw it. When you read my book, you're invited
inside my head, which is stuffed with history, interviews, memories, and my
personal prejudices. When you look at my sources, you watch the world alongside
me and are certain to see it differently. So these archives may be the spine
of the story, but not the flesh.
- The Nazi Plot
Heinz Jost tells his tale. London Warns
Washington . J. Edgar Hoover of the FBI keeps contact with
the Nazis via Interpol until a few days before Pearl Harbor
brings America into the war. Langer's anonymous account of
the first attempt and its failure.
- Jost interrogation (1, 2, 3, 4)
PRO KV 2/104
Johnson memo (1)
NARA RG 59, London Embassy Classified
response to Herschel Johnson memo. (1)
NARA RG 59
Counterfeiting of the Pound" (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)
Box 2, Folder 13
formally breaks with Interpol and the Nazis.
NARA RG65 FBI-Interpol Files
and the Mandarins
- Roosevelt Toys with Counterfeiting
- Bernhard Krueger in Action
- The Bank is Robbed, and the Swiss Get Pounded
- The Money Launderers
- Dollars--and the Final Dump
Sleeping Dogs Lie"
Compiled and Selected by Lawrence Malkin and Margaret Shannon.
Unless otherwise identified, public documents
are credited to the U.S. National Archives (NARA); The British
National Archives/Public Record Office (PRO), and the archives
of the Bank of England (B/E).
Detailed citations are found in the endnotes
to Krueger's Men.
Hoover formally breaks with Interpol and the Nazis(1 of 1)