1 Gade i hovedstaden Washington DC, USA.
2. Republikansk politisk skandale i forbindelse med præsident Nixons genvalg, 1972-1974.
1 Street in the capital, Washington DC, USA.
2. Republican political scandal in connection with President Nixon's re-election, 1972-1974.
1. Rue de la capitale, Washington DC, USA.
2. Républicain scandale politique en relation avec le président Nixon réélection, 1972-1974.
1. La calle en la capital, Washington DC, EE.UU..
2. Escándalo político republicano en relación con el presidente Nixon reelección, 1972-1974
1 Straße in der Hauptstadt Washington DC, USA.
2. Republikaner politischen Skandal im Zusammenhang mit Präsident Nixons Wiederwahl, 1972-1974.


National Archives and Records Administration: Pres. Nixon speaks from White House on Watergate, April 29, 1974.
- http://www.archive.org/details/gov.archives.arc.48156
FBI Vault Watergate Vol 1- 101. - http://vault.fbi.gov/watergate/
'On June 17, 1972, several people broke into the Democratic National Committee Headquarters; they were discovered by an on-site guard and were arrested by local police. Subsequent investigations by the FBI, Congress, and the media showed that these intruders were connected to the campaign staff of President Richard Nixon. The White House under Nixon worked to cover-up this connection, and subsequent revelations of the cover-up led to Nixon’s impeachment and resignation in 1974. These files, released many years ago, document the FBI’s investigation into the break-in and related issues between 1972 and 1979.'
National Security Archive: The Deep Throat File : FBI Memos Detail Mark Felt's Involvement in Efforts to Identify Secret Watergate Source Posted - June 22, 2005.
- http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB156/index2.htm
'Washington D.C. June 22, 2005 - The senior FBI official now revealed as "Deep Throat" - the Watergate source for Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward - ordered his subordinates to "forcibly remind all agents of the need to be most circumspect in talking about this case with anyone outside the Bureau" according to declassified FBI documents posted today by the at George Washington University.
National Security Archive: The Nixon Tapes: Secret Recordings from the Nixon White House on Luis Echeverría and Much Much More / Kate Doyle with Ron Sodano and Sam Rushay, archivists for the Nixon Presidential Materials Staff at the National Archives and Records Administration. Posted - August 18, 2003'.
- http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB95/sidebar3.htm
'The Nixon White House Tapes consist of some 3,700 hours of recorded conversations between the President and his staff and visitors in various locations, including the President's Oval Office in the White House, his hideaway office in the Executive Office Building (EOB), the Cabinet Room and Camp David, as well as taped telephone conversations made from telephones in the White House. The recordings were produced surreptitiously, without the knowledge of most of the participants. There are currently about 1,779 hours of Nixon White House tape conversations available to the public.'
United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Criminal Justice: Special prosecutor and Watergate grand jury legislation. Hearings, Ninety-third Congress, first session on H.J. Res. 784 .. (1973) United States. Congress. House. Committee on the JudiciaryStatement of information : hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-third Congress, second session, pursuant to H. Res. 803, a resolution authorizing and directing the Committee on the Judiciary to investigate whether sufficient grounds exist for the House of Representatives to exercise its constitutional power to impeach Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States of America. May-June 1974 Vol 1-12 (1974).
- http://www.archive.org/details/statementofinfor02unit
Book 1. Events prior to the Watergate break-in, December 2, 1971-June 17, 1972.--book 2. Events following the Watergate break-in, June 17, 1972-February 9, 1973.--book 3. Events following the Watergate break-in, June 20, 1972-March 22, 1973. 2 v.--book 4. Events following the Watergate break-in, March 22, 1973-April 30, 1973. 3 v.--book 5. Department of Justice/ITT litigation--Richard Kleindienst nomination hearings. 2 v.--book 6. Political contributions by milk producers cooperatives: the 1971 milk price support decision. 2 v.--book 7. White House surveillance activities and campaign activities. 4 v.--book 8. Internal Revenue Service.--book 9. Watergate special prosecutors; Judiciary Committee's impeachment inquiry, April 30, 1973-July 1, 1974. 2 v.--book 10. Tax deduction for gift of papers.--book 11. Bombing of Cambodia.--book 12. Impoundment of funds; Government expenditures on President Nixon's private properties at San Clemente and Key Biscayne.
United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities: Presidential campaign activities of 1972, Senate resolution 60; Watergate and related activities Vol. 1-26.
Books 14-25 have title: Presidential campaign activities of 1972, Senate resolution 60; Watergate and related activities. Executive session hearings Hearings held May 17, 1973-June 14, 1974.
Book 1-9. Phase I: Watergate investigation. 9 v.--book 10-12. Phase II. Campaign practices. 3 v.--book 13. Phase III: Campaign financing.--book 14-17. Milk fund investigation. 4 v.--book 18-19. Use of incumbency-responsiveness program. 2 v.--book 20-24. The Hughes-Rebozo investigation, and related matters. 5 v.--book 25. Supplemental material on campaign practices and finances.--book 26. Appendix to the Hughes-Rebozo Investigation: exhibits relating to chapter 8 of the final report.
- http://www.archive.org/details/presidentialcamp00unit og

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