GEHLEN, SPY OF THE CENTURY by E.H. Cookridge
Random House, N.Y. 1971
Pages 352-353, 354 References to Nazis in Egypt, CIA placement of Nasser, July, 1948 Plans "against Israel."
Citizens to Clean up the Courts.
9800 So. Oglesby, Chicago, Ill. 60617
The Hoover Commission Report (Herbert Hoover) 1950
on Organization of the Executive Branch of Government.
The Commission: Herbert Hoover, Dean Acheson, Artheur S. Flemming, James Forrestal, George H. Mead, George D. Aiken, Joseph P. Kennedy, John L. McClellan, James K. Pollock, Clarence J. Brown, Carter Manasco, James H. Rowe, Jr.
McGraw Hill, New York.
"The necessity for reorganization of the executive branch of the Government. This Commission was created July, 1947, with FULL APPROVAL OF THE PRESIDENT."
"The critical state of world affairs requires the Government of the United States to speak and act with unity of purpose, firmness, and restraint in dealing with other nations. IT MUST ACT DECISIVELY TO PRESERVE ITS HUMAN AND MATERIAL RESOURCES."
Page 15 "The National Security Council and the National Security Resources Board, which were made advisory agencies to the President BY THE NATIONAL SECURITY ACT OF 1947, are the two MOST CONSPICUOUS CABINET LEVEL COMMITTEES. They are LOCATED IN THE SAME BUILDING WITH THE AGENCIES OF THE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, AND TO ALL INTENTS AND PURPOSES ARE PART OF THAT OFFICE."
"The National Security Council deals with national security matters and with STRONG FOREIGN POLICY OVERTONES. THE NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL IS UNDULY WEIGHTED IN ITS STAUTORY MEMBERSHIP ON THE SIDE OF THE MILITARY DEPARTMENTS."