Louis Armstrong and the spy: how the CIA used him as a ‘trojan horse’ in Congo

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It was a memorable evening: Louis Armstrong, his wife and a diplomat from the US embassy were out for dinner in a restaurant in what was still Léopoldville, capital of the newly independent Congo.

The Guardian

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