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Today we released the 6th & final set of declassified daily intelligence reports President Harry Truman received from CIA & our predecessor organization, the Central Intelligence Group, between 1946 & 1951.

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Today’s release totals 723 pages of Daily Summary reports from 1950-51—a time that saw war come to the divided Korean Peninsula.
In addition, this release includes reports about the growing tensions in Indochina, particularly French activities in Vietnam, & the widening rift between Yugoslavia & the Soviet Union.
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Today we released the 5th set of declassified daily intelligence reports President Harry Truman received from CIA & our predecessor organization, the Central Intelligence Group, between 1946 & 1951.

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Today’s release totals 403 pages of Daily Summary reports from 1949—the year the long-running Chinese civil war came to an end with Mao Zedong’s Communist forces taking control of the country over the Nationalists led by Chiang Kai-shek.
In addition, this release includes reports about the Berlin crisis, negotiations involving the Arab-Israeli conflict, and Soviet efforts to isolate Marshal Tito’s Yugoslavia.
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Today we released the 4th set of declassified daily intelligence reports President Harry Truman received from CIA & our predecessor organization, the Central Intelligence Group, between 1946 & 1951.

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Today’s release totals 663 pages of Daily Summary reports from 1948—the year of the Berlin Airlift when American pilots, along with British & French partners, delivered over 2 million tons of food & supplies to the people of Berlin isolated by a Soviet Union-instituted blockade.
This release also includes reports about the weakened position of China’s nationalist government & the efforts of the U.S., United Kingdom, & United Nations to address the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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Today we released the 3rd set of declassified daily intelligence reports President Harry Truman received from CIA & our predecessor organization, the Central Intelligence Group, between 1946 & 1951.

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Today’s release includes 887 pages of Daily Summary reports from 1947—the year the United States unveiled its strategy for countering the expansion of communism, later known as the Truman Doctrine.
Other topics featured in these summaries from 1947 include, the political and economic chaos in Greece, the scramble to secure petroleum supplies across the world, and an arms race in Palestine.
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To mark the 40th anniversary of the #CampDavidAccords, check out our collection of more than 250 documents--totaling more than 1,400 pages--of intelligence provided to President Carter leading up to the Sept. 1978 Middle East Peace Accords at Camp David.

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After 12 days of talks at Camp David, Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin & Egyptian President Anwar Sadat signed the #CampDavidAccords on Sept. 17, 1978.

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The declassified documents in CIA’s collection cover the period from January 1977 through March 1979 & detail diplomatic developments throughout the region following the #CampDavidAccords.

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Today we released the 2nd set of declassified material in a series of 6 releases of the daily intelligence report President Harry Truman received from CIA & our predecessor organization, the Central Intelligence Group, between 1946 & 1951.

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Today’s release includes 245 Daily Summary reports from 11 March to 31 December, 1946.

The material initially focuses on US efforts to stabilize Europe & East Asia after #WWII & broadens to address leadership struggles worldwide & communist expansionism.
The entire collection totals more than 3,000 pages & includes intelligence President Truman received regarding topics spanning the Berlin Airlift, the Chinese Revolution, & the Korean War.

To learn more about the first installment, click here: bit.ly/2nHQhAK
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CIA #Museum Artifact of the Week: Pneumatic-Tube Carrier System

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CIA communication pre-Twitter?

Lamson Corp installed a pneumatic-tube mail-delivery system in Original Headquarters Building (OHB) during construction. System had more than 30 miles of 4‑inch-diameter steel tubing. At the time, this system was one of the world’s largest.
The original system had about 150 receiving/dispatching stations throughout OHB. Shown here is one of the many vacuum-driven carriers that sped along the system, moving mail from one station to another. The system operated from 1962 until 1989.

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