FBI Oral History Project

The Oral History Program has catalogued over 300 testimonies of members who worked on historic FBI cases such as the infamous gangsters in the 30s and 40s; intelligence on the Nazi and Fascist movements during WWII; Pearl Harbor; Fidel Castro and Cuba; bombings in the Civil Rights movement; the assassinations of Martin Luther King and John F. Kennedy in the 1960s; the Black Panthers; the KKK; Watergate; the Patty Hearst kidnappings; Women in the FBI; the Oklahoma City bombing; the spy Robert Hanssen; organized crime and terrorism and more.

Interviews from this program are available at the National Law Enforcement Museum Web site.

For more information on the Oral History program, CLICK HERE to download an information sheet.


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