The CIA's Man: The Chronology of Helmet Streikher
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.