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Kids' Page: Central Intelligence Agency

provides lesson plans on problem solving, gathering and analyzing information, myths about the CIA, the role of intelligence in war, codes and code-breaking, and the importance of accurate communications. Interactive games challenge students to look at an aerial view of a city and determine what is happening, break the code of encrypted messages, and examine two photos to quickly identify subtle differences. (Central Intelligence Agency)

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Interesting Fact:

Foreign intelligence has been important to the United States since the days of George Washington, but it’s only been since World War II that such efforts have been coordinated on a government-wide level. Even before Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt was concerned about America’s deficient intelligence efforts.
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