Your organization would devise a series of historical events that, on the surface, would appear to be everyday, happenstance occurrences (natural disasters, man-made diseases, acts of murder, assassination, terror, manipulation of money and energy supplies, contamination of foods, pollution of natural resources, and war).
The timing of these events would require patience, careful planning, cooperation from others in positions of trust, stealth and deceit. At the turn of the 20th century, a plan to slowly take over the government of the United States began to unfold.
Unlike earlier or later arrivals, immigration officers were permitted (or instructed) to be lax and obviously negligent, in their duties, particularly where destinations and birthplaces were of concern. It was unlikely he would have returned to any port of entry other than New York, unless he had arrived at some other secret location.
And there were no transatlantic airline flights in 1903.
In essence, the whole mission must derive its power through deception and concealment and must have a master plan. Many works have been written about the Nazi machine that instigated two world wars, though few have traced the footsteps of the foreign financiers and the actors we prefer to call politicians.
By and large, Teslas inventions and his career were excluded from our history books because his inventions and patents were stolen and then weaponized. But we have the testimony of Otto Skorzeny and his photos - especially the one above. Skorzeny was Hitler's bodyguard and SS spy/assassin who came to the U. The answers are not as literal as we would like them to be.He demonstrated, early on, an innate ability to solve mechanical and scientific problems, especially in the area of electricity and its applications in power production.
After working for Edison Telephone Company subsidiaries in Budapest, Paris, and other cities throughout Europe, Nikola Tesla went to America, to meet the man whose company gave him his first job, .Tesla found it difficult to work for Edison (due to Edisons reneging on financial promises), but soon found backers to finance his research and development projects and his new inventions. P.) Morgan, George Westinghouse and John Jacob Astor were among those who saw the potential in Teslas pioneering, entrepreneurial spirit to capitalize on his technological discoveries in electricity, wireless communications, and physics. Tesla immigrated as a laborer, though this label hardly befit the man who would become , with some 700 technological patents to his credit.