Nick Turse
joshsternberg:

Via Gawker:

On the day Germany surrendered in 1945, legendary CIA chief Richard Helms—then an officer serving overseas in the OSS—somehow laid hands on some of Adolf Hitler’s personal stationery. So naturally he jotted a note to his toddler back in the states about the nature of evil.

Click through to learn more about Richard Helms and his role in U.S. politics.

joshsternberg:

Via Gawker:

On the day Germany surrendered in 1945, legendary CIA chief Richard Helms—then an officer serving overseas in the OSS—somehow laid hands on some of Adolf Hitler’s personal stationery. So naturally he jotted a note to his toddler back in the states about the nature of evil.

Click through to learn more about Richard Helms and his role in U.S. politics.