Classification 112: Foreign Funds
This classification was established in 1944. It includes a large control file of intelligence information on foreign funds of interest to the FBI, as well as Bureau investigations of suspicious activities in this area. The main file in this classification contains no investigative records, and is broken into sub-files for individual countries. Typical subjects within it include the tracing of German funds to Latin America after World War II, unusual transfers of funds from U.S. banks to other countries, and the sale of U.S. dollars on the black market. The investigative files document the use of mail intercepts and informants by the Bureau.
NARA online catalog descriptions of holdings for Classification 112: Foreign Funds
|Record Group||NARA Identifier||Series Title|
|65||567747||Headquarters Files from Classification 112 (Foreign Funds) Released Under The Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts|
Some records under Classification 112: Foreign Fundsare not yet described in NARA's online catalog. Please contact NARA's Special Access Program at specialaccess_FOIA@nara.gov with your reference request.
|Record Group||Finding Aid Entry||Series Title|
|65||UD 10D 10||Classification 112 - Foreign Funds, FBI HQ and Field Office Case Files (Albany-Washington Field Offices)|
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