J. Edgar Hooever appointed head of FBI (39 words)

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John Edgar Hoover (1st January, 1895 - 2nd May, 1972) was the first Director of the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) of the United States, which he was instrumental in founding in 1935. He had been director of Bureau of Investigation since 1924.

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