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 UK Naval Intelligence officer Ian Fleming's memo: blueprint for US's WWII OSS
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 Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd) 
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This week we hear from former punk guitarist James Adlington about the 1970s UK music scene and the seemingly terminal decline in the production quality of the mass music industry. James now runs Bristol Blue Glass opposite Arnos Vale cemetary on the Bath Road

Mike Sparks is a former US Marine Corps officer who works tirelessly to improve the quality of the equipment supplied to the US armed forces. He's also a military historian examining the decline in quality of personnel and corruption he defines as the 'Illuminati' in the US military. Mike looks at Ian Fleming's June 1941 memo which was the blueprint for the wartime operational 'James Bond' type proactive spy network, the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) looking too at the various books which examine this secret services aspect to the second world war.
Before CIA, first came the OSS: The first of many memos from Commander Fleming to Colonel Donovan on how to create an American spy organization--the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) that was the fore-runner to the CIA comes from the National Archives, published here for the first time.

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