Definition of John edgar hoover
1. Noun. United States lawyer who was director of the FBI for 48 years (1895-1972).
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Literary usage of John edgar hoover
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1. Winging It . . . by Gyeorgos C. Hatonn (1994)
"... revelations about the FBIs legendary former director, john edgar hoover, have surfaced, providing a crucial framework for understanding how it was ..."
2. Eagles of the RAF: The World War II Eagle Squadrons by Philip D. Caine (1994)
"Federal Bureau of Investigation Report, john edgar hoover to Adolf A. Berle, Jr., Assistant Secretary of State, 29 January 1942, p. 3. ..."
3. The Mother of All Webs Who Gotcha! by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1992)
"“From: john edgar hoover, Director “Subject: ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY, NOVEMBER 22, 1963. “Our Miami, Florida Office on November 23, ..."
4. The Storm Clouds Clear Over China: The Memoir of Ch'en Li-fu, 1900-1993 by Li-Fu Ch'en, Hsu-hsin Chang, Ramon Hawley Myers (1994)
"Translated into English by john edgar hoover, director, US Federal Bureau of Investigation on March 30, 1945, with the approval of assistant chief of state ..."