William E. Allen
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|William E. Allen|
|Allen c. 1923|
|Acting Director of the Bureau of Investigation|
10 February 1919 – 30 June 1919
|Preceded by||A. Bruce Bielaski|
|Succeeded by||William J. Flynn|
A former assistant in war matters to the chief of the Bureau of Investigation, Allen was appointed Acting Director on 10 February 1919. Allen resigned the post from 30 June 1919 and he was replaced by William J. Flynn.
- "Federal Bureau of Investigation: Directors, Then and Now". Retrieved 8 December 2012.
A. Bruce Bielaski
|Director of the Bureau of Investigation
William J. Flynn
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