the “communication problem” between the FBI and the CIA caused the tragedy of the assassination in 1963, and the internal struggle between the two hindered the investigation. The incident focused on the defected Soviet agent Yuri noshenko. In 1962, he took a diplomatic mission to Geneva to contact the CIA. Noshenko offered to serve the CIA for a small amount of money. He also claimed to be the deputy director of a KGB department and provided some information. In 1964, nowshenko claimed that he had been exposed and fled to the United States under the arrangement of the CIA.

reprinted this article only for the purpose of information dissemination, which does not mean that they agree with their views and positions.

the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) recently pulled down the director of the central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Petraeus, and let the media focus on the internal struggle between the two institutions. In fact, in the view of historians, as the two pillars of American national security, the secret struggle between the two has lasted for decades, and sometimes even endangered American national security.

began with the grudge between two people. The tension between the two spy agencies

can be traced back to the FBI led by Edgar Hoover and the Strategic Intelligence Agency (the predecessor of the CIA) under William Donovan during World War II.

after the outbreak of World War II in 1939, Hoover strictly prevented other competition agencies from interfering in his intelligence field, so he often had disputes with the Naval Intelligence Agency and the Army Intelligence Agency. In order to strengthen domestic control, the president of the United States granted Hoover jurisdiction over domestic investigation in June 1940. Hoover’s position has been unshakable since then, but foreign intelligence work has brought him challenges. In early 1941, 13 different agencies sent foreign intelligence to the White House. Roosevelt faced an urgent problem of establishing an intelligence order. In the summer of the same year, Roosevelt sent World War I hero Donovan abroad for an investigation. The latter then proposed the establishment of a new organization to be fully responsible for overseas intelligence activities and supervise foreign publicity.

later, the Pearl Harbor Incident broke out. Although later generations debated whether the United States knew about Japan’s sneak attack plan in advance, at that time, the disastrous incident was considered to be a major intelligence error of the FBI. The American media even wrote that “Edgar Hoover, the domestic super detective and director of the FBI, became the target of public criticism”. Hoover said that “the jurisdiction over Hawaiian affairs mainly belongs to the navy”. In this case, American policymakers decided to “centralize” intelligence organizations. In June 1942, the strategic intelligence agency was established with Donovan as the director. This is the first unified central intelligence agency in the United States. During the

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war, Donovan had many contradictions with Hoover. In October 1942, when Donovan’s agents sneaked into the Spanish Embassy in Mexico to secretly photograph a maritime codebook, the FBI also arrived. The siren whistled and the red light flashed, so the men of the strategic intelligence agency had to flee. Donovan was furious. In 1943, Donovan proposed the plan of establishing contact between the strategic intelligence agency and the Soviet people’s Committee for internal affairs. After hearing the news, Hoover immediately wrote to the White House warning that doing so would “pose a serious threat to the internal security of the country”. Finally, the incident ended. In November 1944, Donovan Roosevelt proposed to reorganize the strategic intelligence agency into a new foreign intelligence agency, now the CIA, which is directly responsible to the president. The recommendation was not implemented because the message was leaked. Donovan was convinced that Hoover was the culprit, and historians agreed with him.

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reprinted this article only for the purpose of information dissemination, which does not mean agreeing with its views and positions.

the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) recently pulled down the director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Petraeus, and turned the attention of the media to the internal struggle between the two institutions. In fact, in the view of historians, as the two pillars of American national security, the secret struggle between the two has lasted for decades, and sometimes even endangered American national security.

began with the grudge between two people. The tension between the two spy agencies

can be traced back to the FBI led by Edgar Hoover and the Strategic Intelligence Agency (the predecessor of the CIA) under William Donovan during World War II.

after the outbreak of World War II in 1939, Hoover strictly prevented other competition agencies from interfering in his intelligence field, so he often had disputes with the Naval Intelligence Agency and the Army Intelligence Agency. In order to strengthen domestic control, US President Roosevelt gave Hoover jurisdiction over domestic investigation in June 1940. Hoover’s position has been unshakable since then, but foreign intelligence work has brought him challenges. In early 1941, 13 different agencies sent foreign intelligence to the White House. Roosevelt faced an urgent problem of establishing an intelligence order. In the summer of the same year, Roosevelt sent World War I hero Donovan abroad for an investigation. The latter then proposed the establishment of a new organization to be fully responsible for overseas intelligence activities and supervise foreign publicity.

later, the Pearl Harbor Incident broke out. Although later generations debated whether the United States knew about Japan’s sneak attack plan in advance, at that time, the disastrous incident was considered to be a major intelligence error of the FBI. The American media even wrote that “Edgar Hoover, the domestic super detective and director of the FBI, became the target of public criticism”. Hoover said that “the jurisdiction over Hawaiian affairs mainly belongs to the navy”. In this case, American policymakers decided to “centralize” intelligence organizations. In June 1942, the strategic intelligence agency was established with Donovan as the director. This is the first unified central intelligence agency in the United States. During the

,

,

,

war, Donovan had many contradictions with Hoover. In October 1942, when Donovan’s agents sneaked into the Spanish Embassy in Mexico to secretly photograph a maritime codebook, the FBI also arrived. The siren whistled and the red light flashed, so the men of the strategic intelligence agency had to flee. Donovan was furious. In 1943, Donovan put forward the plan of establishing contact between the strategic intelligence agency and the people’s Committee of internal affairs of the Soviet Union