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Company Confessions: Secrets, Memoirs, and the CIA

By Christopher Moran Introduction I. If Walls Could Talk The secret of our success is the secret of our success. CIA Proverb. In autumn 1973, the Central Intelligence Agency approached a man named Harold Vogel for a special assignment. Vogel was not a spy, but possessed a particular set of skills required by the Agency. Born in Detroit, Michigan, he had been raised in the Bavarian town of Ansbach during the period of the Great Depression, where his grandfather, a restoration sculptor, taught him everything he knew about a hammer and chisel.
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