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Prototype of board game featuring prominent terror leaders such as Osama Bin Laden and Saddam Hussein, intended for use in Arab countries in order to persuade children away from idolizing terrorist world leaders. This prototype was covertly designed for the CIA by Donald Levine (the creator of the iconic G.I. Joe doll) in 2005 for an ''influence operation'', intended to strategically distribute scary or perhaps comical depictions of Bin Laden and Hussein to children, ideally to dissuade them from joining a terrorist group such as Al Qaeda. The project was discontinued after the prototypes were developed. Board game has blue cardboard playing surface with numbered grid and small photographs of Saddam Hussein, Osama Bin Laden and other members of Al Qaeda printed. Includes two white and black die and white cup with blue, red and yellow game pieces. Game board Measures 16'' x 16''. Fine condition. With an LOA from Neil Levine.
Terrorist Board Game Prototype Sanctioned by the CIA -- Designed by G.I. Joe Founder Donald LevineTerrorist Board Game Prototype Sanctioned by the CIA -- Designed by G.I. Joe Founder Donald Levine
Terrorist Board Game Prototype Sanctioned by the CIA -- Designed by G.I. Joe Founder Donald Levine
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Auction closed on Thursday, July 29, 2021.
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