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#21 Adele Edisen

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Posted 24 April 2014 - 03:45 AM

And one more:

Quote: "It wasn't Castro or the Russians. The men who killed Mr. Kennedy
were CIA contract agents."



The CIA's Man: The Chronology of Helmet Streikher



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1937: Trained for the Gustapo's S.S Officers. A graduate of The University of Bonn Germany. Went to Military School at Blutordensberg, located at Vogelsang Castle.

1938: Assigned to Spain to join General Francisco Franco.

1939-1940: In the U.S. he learned English and American customs. His cover was as a German journalist working for Adolph Hitler.

1940-1941: Was with Reinhard Gehlen in Eastern Europe. He will join Gehlen when they are both working for Army intelligence.

1943-1945: Streikher worked with Skorzeny.

1945: May 7, 1945, Streikher surrenders to Allies and is cleared for intelligence, accepted for U.S. Army by October 1945.

1946-1947: He works for the OSS (Officers of Strategic Services) in Europe, Central Intelligence Group. CIG.

1948-1950: Streikher was stationed in Israel, Greece, Europe, Africa and Middle East. OSS becomes CIA.

1951-1957: CIA assigned back to General Gehlen, now in his German offices of the BND.

1958: In the U.S. Training Army Intelligence offices and CIA.

1958-1961: Helps plan Cuban Invasion. Active in the Bay of Pigs.

1961-1965: He was in Africa, Middle East, and United States on CIA assignment. On November 22, 1963, he said, "One of the worst kept secrets in the C, is the truth about the President's murder. It wasn't Castro or the Russians. The men who killed Mr. Kennedy were CIA contract agents."
"John Kennedy's murder was a two-part conspiracy murder. One was the action end with the killers; the other was the deeper part, the acceptance and protection of that murder by the Intelligence aparatus that controls the way the world operates."
"It had to happen. The man was too independent for his own good."

1968-1970: Senior Field Agent for CIA. Disguised as a writer.

1971-1973: Back in the United States. Langley, Virginia, training and making plans under assignment.

1974-1977: Under George Bush, director of CIA, Streikher sent to Africa and Middle East.

1978-1980: Contract agent on special assignment for CIA. June 15, 1980 he retired.

Other Known Aliases: U.S. Army officer Captain William Raine, also known as Ross Meyers, Hans Mollof, Karl Rolff, and Mark Schmidt. He had nine (9) other pieces of identification in other names and nationalities, some in the form of passports.

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Posted 24 April 2014 - 04:15 AM

Another quote from Mae Brussell:

The Warren Commission


"The next order of business was who should write the Report for them? By January 21, 1964, that had to be decided.
Chairman Earl Warren said, "we consulted with the Defense Department, and they have offered to lend us one of their historians to do this job, and we think that it is quite essential to the work of the Commission." Mr. Goldberg would assist from the Air Force. Mr. Cokery was from the Army.
"Mr. Winnaker recommended them," Chief Counsel J. Lee Rankin offered. "We would work with them to try to anticipate all of the various historical aspects."
"Who's Who in the CIA" described "Mr. Winnaker" as having been born in Germany in 1904. His full name is Dr. Rudolph August Winnacker. He was an analyst for the OSS, historian in the War Department from 1945-1949, and then Chief of Historical Division of the Pentagon."
Was Winnaker the ilk of Willoughby? Or Reinhard Gehlen? When did he come here from Germany? Where is he now?"

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Posted 28 April 2014 - 09:29 AM

... He was met, upon arriving home, by Government agents, provided with occupations, fathered two children, owed no debts, traveled around a great deal, met with interesting oil geologists, defense department and intelligence agents. Their social circle included the "Cabots and Lodges" from Czarist Russia, Admirals and some fancy folks. ...

 

 

Adele, et al.  I am new to the site, and read of your interest in the Nazi connection to the assassination.  I would be happy to answer (via private email or here on the forum) any questions or concerns you might have as I leap into these murky waters with you and others ... it's obvious that trust is essential.  

 

This area of research into the assassination has been my focus for years.  I have sung Mae's praises, and in fact went toe to toe with a researcher in California for a number of months over the appropriate final resting place for the Brussell files; in spite of my high regard for John Judge, may he rest in peace, I have grave concerns that any of those files are now residing at Baylor University in Waco.  But that is another topic for another time (although not unrelated to these issues).

 

For the past some months I have been banging the drums to draw attention to James Hardesty Critchfield who seems to me to have danced between the raindrops for far too long, even in death.

 

In the interest of expediency (I want to join this conversation post haste) the following is a summary of a portion of information I've gathered on Critchfield.  It may seem to wander into areas non relevant, but viewed through a wide lens I think it paints a picture of the width and breadth of the movement in opposition to Kennedy and all that he represented.  (full disclosure: I have posted this on another forum, with sadly little or no feed back.  I wish I had spent more time on the construction of presentation of this particular information, so I have now inserted a number of [  ] to elaborate on certain facts,)

 

"The liaison between Allen Dulles, the CIA, Reinhard Gehlen and the Gehlen Org [in Munich where Larry Schmidt formulated CUSA] was James Hardesty Critchfield who asserts that he played a [quiet] role during the Cuban Missile Crisis, then took up the post as station chief for the Near East and became CIA liaison to the oil industry. He ‘ended’ his career with the CIA when he became consultant to the Sultan of Oman [and established his own geological firm, Tetra Tech (in conjunction with a division of Honeywell).]

A fascinating aspect of Critchfield’s career relating to his expertise in the oil industry is that he led a unit of the army in WWII made up of Texas National Guardsmen, [many from Houston and Dallas - this will require further verification]. Critchfield’s lifelong friend from those years was General Lucian Truscott who was related through marriage to E.O. Thompson, former mayor of Amarillo, TX who served as the expert for the oil industry on the highly influential Texas Railroad Commission which regulated the federal oil and gas industry for decades. [Amarillo is significant for a number of reasons that I will elaborate on in a future post.]

Gen. Truscott was sent into deep cover in the service of the CIA in the immediate aftermath of the war by DCI Beedle Smith who stationed Truscott in Germany. This might be the genesis of his friendship with Critchfield. He [Truscott] is also alleged to have been directly involved with Allen Dulles, Operation PBSuccess and the overthrow of Arbenz. (There is some disagreement over this history.)

Might the Kennedy administration's challenges to the oil and gas industry as it was intertwined with the CIA [via Critchfield] have angered and concerned military/oil men, adding fuel to the fire? Miscellaneous dots, but part of a tapestry of the military industrial complex in the Lone Star State.

  • Relating to James Critchfield (Texas National Guard, CIA, Gehlen, Oil industry, Middle East) and General Truscott (CIA, PBSuccess, Texas RR Commission link):

    The Boston Globe reports on April 5, 2014 the death of Thomas Polgar:

    “After serving as an aide to Lucian K. Truscott Jr., an Army general who became a top CIA official, Polgar spent much of the 1950s and early 1960s in Berlin, where he cultivated a far-flung ring of spies . . .

    Mr. Polgar was working in the Latin American division at CIA headquarters when Argentine-born revolutionary Ernesto ‘‘Che’’ Guevara, who helped foment the Cuban Revolution with Fidel Castro, was captured and killed in Bolivia in 1967. . .

    Mr. Polgar wanted the CIA’s station chief in La Paz to verify that Guevara was dead.”

    So Polgar served under Truscott who was a close friend of James H. Critchfield who was liaising with Gehlen on behalf of DCI Allen Dulles; Polgar ran his own spy ring during the Cold War; he followed Ted Shackley (former JMWave chief) in Saigon, and before that was with the Latin American department of the CIA when Guevara was murdered in Bolivia. Might he have been interacting with John Tilton [CIA Bolivia at the time of Guevarra's murder], Morales, Rodriguez et al all along the way? Might he have known them all prior to Guevarra’s assassination? Did he stay in contact with Truscott who had his ear to the ground in the oil industry through James Critchfield [and Thompson of the Texas Railroad Commission] who went on to affect matters in Iraq for years [including strong support of the rise of Saddam Hussein]. A long-term, ongoing global operation functioning in the shadows served by these and similar alliances with assassination as its lifeblood. Cuba, Latin America, Vietnam, the Middle East.

     

     

 



#24 Bernice Moore

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Posted 29 April 2014 - 04:18 AM

Your very welcome Adele,good to see you also, here are a couple of links that may be worth a look.....and thank you Linda for any information you choose to share with us...all take care...b




History is written by the assassins."...........





http://www.ratical.o...nJudge/ATF.html


ASSASSINATION AS A TOOL OF FASCISM
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http://projectcamelo.../jim_marrs.html


OR...Project Camelot | Jim Marrs transcript





http://projectcamelo...nscript_en.html

#25 Bernice Moore

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Posted 29 April 2014 - 05:44 AM

http://www.history.a...ory/wiley-3.htm

WINNACKER PROBLEMS Wiley 3


The second AGF volume proved even more a testing ground for the series than the first. As the time scheduled for its delivery to the printer approached, Dr. Winnacker [Rudolph A. Winnacker, formerly of the Office of Strategic Services and assigned as an historian, in October 1944, to the Secretary of War's office.] took the position that the studies needed a broader perspective and other improvements before publication. Dr. Greenfield took exception to some of his criticisms, but accepted others, and personally devoted two or three months to revising the studies and others added to flesh out the volume. It finally went into the publication channel in April 1947, but another fourteen months passed before it appeared in print. *2*


Special Studies Division Progress Report, 1 Jun 1956. [Return]





http://www.warchroni...calwkpthree.htm


the link says it is not available right now...will try again later...b



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Posted 29 April 2014 - 05:58 AM

This is a post from a few years back, hopefully the links connect. Not much luck today...sorry.....b


Dr. Rudolph August "Otto" Winnacker..(Winnaker)..(Winniker).

Born Aug 25,1904..in Germany ..died June 1985.
Came to the USA in 1919. He became an OSS analyst from
1944 to 1945, and spent time in North Africa and Sicily.
Worked in William Donovan's research branch with other
refugees, all academicians. From 1945 to 1949 , he was a
historian with the War Dept. Became Chief of the Historical
Division of the Pentagon from 1949 to 1973.

http://www.ajweberma...es/nodule23.htm

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..." Winnaker was one of Hitler's 26 official historians"..Warren Commissioner Allen Dulles had been heavily involved in Operation Paperclip and had also been the key U.S.Official behind the incorporation of Reinhard Gehlen's intelligence network into the OSS. Dulles' fellow
reduce or commute the sentences of many of the Nazi war crininals."..from "Destiny Betrayed"..J.DiEugenio..92..page 91.

from "Under Nazi Overtones"..go to chapter 9...
The American Political Right..

http://www.memresear.../HP/PartOne.htm

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"Assassination as a tool of facism"..John Judge..

"Hale Boggs asked in one of the meetings whether they should print any of the evidence.
I guess, you know,." Boggs said, " It might look a little fishy if we didn't."
"Go ahead and print it," Dulles said, "Nobody will read it anyway."
and Boggs said, "A few of those people out there know how to read."

"" I doubt he meant me, but here I am.

And when you do read it, you can find it out. But the person that actually wrote the report is a fellow name Otto
Winnacker. He was on TDY, transfer from the Pentagon to the Warren Commission, to do that job. He was also, historically, one of 26 official historians of the Reich, who worked directly under the Reichschancellor , Adolph Hitler, and was brought here, into the United States.""

John found this information on "Otto" while inspecting documents at the National Archives..he was interviewed by James DiEugenio on Dec.14/91.

http://www.transbay....assination.html

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"The Nazi Connection to the John F Kennedy
Assassination."
Mae Brussell..the Rebel,Nov.22/83.

"The next order of business was who should write the Report for them? By Jan.21/64, that had to be decided.

Chairman Earl Warren said, "we consulted with the Defense Department, and they have offered to lend us One of their historians to do this job, and we think that is quite essential to the work of the Commission." Mr.Goldberg would Assist from the Air Force, Mr.Cokery was from the Army..."Mr.Winnaker (sp) recommended them," Chief Counsel J.Lee Rankin offered, "We would work with them to try to anticipate all of the various historical aspects."..

http://www.prouty.or...ell/nazi-1.html

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John J.McCloy...... (AC 1916) Pape 1897-1989
(bulk 1940-1979)...scroll down as ( Winnaker)

John McCloy was Commisssioner in Germany .

http://www.amherst.e.../mccloy/fa.html


Dr. Rudolph August "Otto" Winnacker..(Winnaker)..(Winniker).

Born Aug 25,1904..in Germany ..died June 1985.
Came to the USA in 1919. He became an OSS analyst from
1944 to 1945, and spent time in North Africa and Sicily.
Worked in William Donovan's research branch with other
refugees, all academicians. From 1945 to 1949 , he was a
historian with the War Dept. Became Chief of the Historical
Division of the Pentagon from 1949 to 1973.

http://www.ajweberma...es/nodule23.htm

.............................

..." Winnaker was one of Hitler's 26 official historians"..Warren Commissioner Allen Dulles had been heavily involved in Operation Paperclip and had also been the key U.S.Official behind the incorporation of Reinhard Gehlen's intelligence network into the OSS. Dulles' fellow
reduce or commute the sentences of many of the Nazi war crininals."..from "Destiny Betrayed"..J.DiEugenio..92..page 91.

from "Under Nazi Overtones"..go to chapter 9...
The American Political Right..

http://www.memresear.../HP/PartOne.htm

......................

"Assassination as a tool of facism"..John Judge..

"Hale Boggs asked in one of the meetings whether they should print any of the evidence.
I guess, you know,." Boggs said, " It might look a little fishy if we didn't."
"Go ahead and print it," Dulles said, "Nobody will read it anyway."
and Boggs said, "A few of those people out there know how to read."

"" I doubt he meant me, but here I am.

And when you do read it, you can find it out. But the person that actually wrote the report is a fellow name Otto
Winnacker. He was on TDY, transfer from the Pentagon to the Warren Commission, to do that job. He was also, historically, one of 26 official historians of the Reich, who worked directly under the Reichschancellor , Adolph Hitler, and was brought here, into the United States.""

John found this information on "Otto" while inspecting documents at the National Archives..he was interviewed by James DiEugenio on Dec.14/91.

http://www.transbay....assination.html

......................

"The Nazi Connection to the John F Kennedy
Assassination."
Mae Brussell..the Rebel,Nov.22/83.

"The next order of business was who should write the Report for them? By Jan.21/64, that had to be decided.

Chairman Earl Warren said, "we consulted with the Defense Department, and they have offered to lend us One of their historians to do this job, and we think that is quite essential to the work of the Commission." Mr.Goldberg would Assist from the Air Force, Mr.Cokery was from the Army..."Mr.Winnaker (sp) recommended them," Chief Counsel J.Lee Rankin offered, "We would work with them to try to anticipate all of the various historical aspects."..

http://www.prouty.or...ell/nazi-1.html

...................


John J.McCloy...... (AC 1916) Pape 1897-1989
(bulk 1940-1979)...scroll down as ( Winnaker)

John McCloy was Commisssioner in Germany .

http://www.amherst.e.../mccloy/fa.html

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"George Bush World Class Monster"

"As Lieutenant Colonel Bo Gritz writes in his book .
"Called to Serve"., the man who wrote the Warren Commission report, "was Dr.Rudolph August "Otto" Winnaker (sp)..,who was described in "Who's Who in the CIA".

http://www.beachnet..../Bush.htm#fnB20


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also for those who may be interested..He is mentioned..at

Historical Work in the United States Army Part Three.

http://www.warchroni...calwkpthree.htm


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Activities and Problems of the Historical Branch: 1944-45

http://www.army.mil/...ory/wiley-3.htm



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The Rand History Project Interviews

http://www.nasm.edu/...sh/rhpi-p1.html

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"George Bush World Class Monster"

"As Lieutenant Colonel Bo Gritz writes in his book .
"Called to Serve"., the man who wrote the Warren Commission report, "was Dr.Rudolph August "Otto" Winnaker (sp)..,who was described in "Who's Who in the CIA".

http://www.beachnet..../Bush.htm#fnB20


....................
also for those who may be interested..He is mentioned..at

Historical Work in the United States Army Part Three.

http://www.warchroni...calwkpthree.htm


....................

Activities and Problems of the Historical Branch: 1944-45

http://www.army.mil/...ory/wiley-3.htm


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Truman and the Bomb..

http://trumanlibrary...ons/bomb/large/

ferrell_book/ferrell_book_chap18.htm




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The Rand History Project Interviews

http://www.nasm.edu/...sh/rhpi-p1.html





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