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Personal Relations:
Apart from his relatives, Oswald had no friends or close associates in Texas when he returned there in June of 1962, and he did not establish any close friendships or associations, although it appears that he came to respect George De Mohrenschildt. Somewhat of a nonconformist, De Mohrenschildt was a peripheral member of the so-called Russian community, with which Oswald made contact through Mr. Peter Gregory, a Russian-speaking petroleum engineer whom Oswald met as a result of his contact with the Texas Employment Commission office in Fort Worth. Some of the members of that group saw a good deal of the Oswalds through the fall of 1963, and attempted to help Mrs. Oswald particularly, in various ways. In general, Oswald did not like the member's of the Russian community. In fact, his relations with some of them, particularly George Bouhe, became quite hostile. Part of the problem resulted from the fact that, as Jeanne De Mohrenschildt testified, Oswald was "very, very disagreeable and disappointed." He also expressed considerable resentment at the help given to his wife by her Russian-American friends. Jeanne De Mohrenschildt said:
Marina had a hundred dresses given to her ... [and] he objected to that lavish help, because Marina was throwing it into his face.
He was offensive with the people. And I can understand why, ...because that hurt him. He could never give her what the people were showering on her... no matter how hard he workedand he worked very hard.

The relations between Oswald and his wife became such that Bouhe wanted to "liberate" her from Oswald. While the exact sequence of events is not clear because of conflicting testimony, it appears that De Mohrenschildt and his wife actually went to Oswald's apartment early in November of 1962 and helped to move the personal effects of Marina Oswald and the baby. Even though it appears that they may have left Oswald a few days before, it seems that he resisted the move as best he could. He even threatened to tear up his wife's dresses and break all the baby things. According to De Mohrenschildt, Oswald submitted to the inevitable, presumably because he was "small, you know, and he was rather a puny individual." De Mohrenschildt said that the whole affair made him nervous since he was "interfering in other people's affairs, after all."

Oswald attempted to get his wife to come back and, over Bouhe's protest, De Mohrenschildt finally told him where she was. De Mohrenschildt admitted that:

if somebody did that to me, a lousy trick like that, to take my wife away, and all the furniture, I would be mad as hell, too. I am surprised that he didn't do something worse.

After about a 2-week separation, Marina Oswald returned to her husband. Bouhe thoroughly disapproved of this and as a result almost all communication between the Oswalds and members of the Russian community ceased. Contacts with De Mohrenschildt and his wife did continue and they saw the Oswalds occasionally until the spring of 1963.

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I'm a Patsy Manuscript By George De Mohrenschildt.
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1 American, Marine, defector
2 Oswald in the U.S.S.R.
3 Returns, Attempt on Gen. Walker
4 De Mohrenschildt,  joins FPCC then offers help to anti Castro groups
5 Arrested in New Orleans,
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1 Lee Oswald and Jack Ruby's INTERESTS IN CUBA
2 CUBA the MOB the CIA and the Watergate Break-in 
3 David Ferrie, Lee Oswald Connection
4 Oswald, Ferrie, Banister connection

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Lee Oswald PT-IV PAGES 1 - 9

1 Marina Oswald:  his desire was to get to Cuba
2 Cuban Revolutionary Junta and Oswald
3 Oswald in Mexico City
4 Mexico, CIA mix-up and the ROUTINE DESTRUCTION of Oswald´┐Żs military intelligence file.
5 Return to dallas and the Oswald Ruby Connections?
6 Oswald Ruby Connections?
1 Dallas FBI agent James P. Hosty searches for Oswald
2 Was Oswald And Ruby FBI INFORMANTS
3 Oswald's KGB Connection?
4 Oswald Reported Sighting?
5 Oswald OR Someone Else?
6 Oswald Reported Sighting?
7 Oswald OR Someone Else?
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