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Central Intelligence Group (CIG)

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The Office of Strategic Services (OSS) was dis-established in late 1945 by President Truman. The OSS was replaced four months later in January 1946 by the Central Intelligence Group (CIG). The CIG would last two years before it was replaced by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).


Info about the The Central Intelligence Group (CIG)

"Cloak and Dagger: The Unexpected Beginnings of the CIA", Central Intelligence Agency, January 2015.
www.cia.gov/news-information/featured-story-archive/2015-featured-story-archive/cloak-and-dagger-the-unexpected-beginnings-of-cia.html


News Stories on the Central Intelligence Group (CIG)

2008. "A Look Back . . . Truman Appoints First DCI, 1946". Central Intelligence Agency.

 

 


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