John Edgar Hoover talks about enemy agents at the time of the war and espionage activities in the United States.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:4 min 55 sec Sound:Yes
The director of the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) John Edgar Hoover in the United States. He sits at a desk in his office. A United States flag in the background. He talks about enemy agents at the time of World War II. A view of skyscrapers in New York City at night. Crops grown on a farm. A sports team on a ground. Soldiers wearing civilian dresses. Men stand outside buildings. Cars parked on the streets. Nazi German-American organizations in the United States. Agents carry military information. Rallies of U.S.-German organizations. Members of these organizations give Nazi salutes. A German sign outside a building. Papers in German language. German paid agents spread their message. A large gathering of these members in a hall. Men carry Nazi flags in rallies and meetings. German agents and espionage activities in the United States. A lieutenant in German Army works as an agent in the United States and is a sabotage leader. His photographs are stored in a file. Security measurements taken against the espionage activities by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Fingerprints files of the spies. The FBI agents have the location of every spy in the United States. A spy sends information to Tokyo.
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