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 Mafia Monograph/FBI Mafia Bible - FBI Files

FBI MAFIA BIBLE/MAFIA MONOGRAPH - FBI FILES

285 pages of files copied from FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., and archived on CD-ROM covering the FBI summation "Mafia Monograph." This 1958 "Mafia Monogragh," prepared by the FBI's Central Research Section, was a secret document meant only for limited distribution amongst Federal law enforcement. Files contain approximately 200 narrative pages.

The Mafia Monograph was written by the FBI in 1958 as a study of the origin, nature, and activities of the Mafia in its native Sicily and how it was transplanted to the United States. The first section of the monograph provides on overview of origins, nature, and activities of the Mafia in Sicily. The second section gives the FBI's interpretation of its transplantation to the United States. The monograph contains information about the mafia that the FBI's Central Research Section thought was critical knowledge for top echelon of federal law enforcement.

Topics include: Omerta, Vendetta, speculations on the existence and nonexistence of the Mafia, early Mafia history, prohibition, activities after prohibition, Appalachia meeting, Murder, Inc., Black Band, and the Kefauver Committee.

Individuals mentioned include: Lucky Luciano, Louis Buchalter, Albert Anastasia, Vito Genovese, Joseph Profaci, Frank Costello, Santo Trafficante, Sr, Santo Trafficante, Jr, Al Capone, Jacob Shapiro, Meyer Lansky, Benjamin Siegel, Abner Zwillman, James Hoffa, Joseph Barbara, Joseph Boanno, and Carlos Marcello.
 

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