CIA instructed its historians to omit “embarrassing” details from the recordBreaking News
tags: historians, censorship, CIA, government historians
An undated regulation uncovered in the Central Intelligence Agency archives, formerly classified SECRET, appears to outline the “Dos and Don’ts” for Agency historians. While most of the consideration goes into avoiding exposing the identities of undercover agents …
and acknowledging the inherent difficulties therein …
one surprising paragraph instructs historical officers to avoid “embarrassing incidents” or “unflattering statements” unless absolutely necessary.
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