25 Photographs of the History of the FBI, Part 2: World War I, Espionage, and the Red Scare
25 Photographs of the History of the FBI, Part 2: World War I, Espionage, and the Red Scare

25 Photographs of the History of the FBI, Part 2: World War I, Espionage, and the Red Scare

Jacob Miller - July 6, 2017

25 Photographs of the History of the FBI, Part 2: World War I, Espionage, and the Red Scare
Lenin in Color. Pinterest
25 Photographs of the History of the FBI, Part 2: World War I, Espionage, and the Red Scare
Lenin (far right) at a Bolshevik meeting. Reddit
25 Photographs of the History of the FBI, Part 2: World War I, Espionage, and the Red Scare
Vladimir Ilych Ulyanov Lenin in Sverdlov Square Bolshevik rally, Moscow 5 May 1920. Trotsky stands at bottom of steps. haikudeck
25 Photographs of the History of the FBI, Part 2: World War I, Espionage, and the Red Scare
A meeting in Blagoveschenskya Square in 1917, at the start of the Russian Revolution. Daily Mail
25 Photographs of the History of the FBI, Part 2: World War I, Espionage, and the Red Scare
Workers demonstrating in Kharkov during the period of the Russian Revolution in 1917. Credit Agence France-Presse — Getty Images.
25 Photographs of the History of the FBI, Part 2: World War I, Espionage, and the Red Scare
Luigi Galleani, head of the Anarchist movement. Libcom
25 Photographs of the History of the FBI, Part 2: World War I, Espionage, and the Red Scare
Attorney General Mitchell Palmer home after bombing. Legends of America
25 Photographs of the History of the FBI, Part 2: World War I, Espionage, and the Red Scare
The September 16 Wall Street bomb killed 38 people and a horse. Wikipedia
25 Photographs of the History of the FBI, Part 2: World War I, Espionage, and the Red Scare
1920 Wall Street Bombing. Slate
25 Photographs of the History of the FBI, Part 2: World War I, Espionage, and the Red Scare
The aftermath of the September 16, 1920 Wall Street bombing. Photo- Library of Congress, New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph. Smithsonian
25 Photographs of the History of the FBI, Part 2: World War I, Espionage, and the Red Scare
38 people and one horse were killed. Hundreds were injured, some by shrapnel on the street, others by the glass that rained down from the broken windows of the J.P. Morgan building. Slate

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