Communist Activities among Aliens and National Groups: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Immigration and Naturalization of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Eighty-First Congress, First Session, on S. 1832, a Bill to Amend the Immigration Act of October 16, 1918, as Amended

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APPENDIX II

ORGANIZATIONS DESIGNATED AS COMMUNIST OR OTHERWISE SUBVERSIVE BY THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES

A. CONSOLIDATED LIST OF ORGANIZATIONS PREVOUSLY DESIGNATED AS WITHIN EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 9835 BY LETTTERS OF NOVEMBER 24, 1947, AND MAY 27, 1948, AOCORDING TO THE CLASSIFICATIONS OF SECTION 3, PART III OF THE EXECUTIVE ORDER.1

Totalitarian
Black Dragon Society
Central Japanese Association ( Beikoku Chuo Nipponjin Kai)
Central Japanese Association of Southern California
Dai Nippon Butoku Kai ( Military Virtue Society of Japan or Military Art Society of Japan)
Heimuska Kai, also known as Nokubei Heieki Gimusha Kai, Zaibel Nihonjin, Heiyaku Gimusha Kai, and Zaibei Heimusha Kai ( Japanese Residing in America Military Conscripts Association)
Hinode Kai ( Imperial Japanese Reservists)
Hinomaru Kai ( Rising Sun Flag Society, a group of Japanese War Veterans)
Hokubei Zaigo Shoke Dan ( North American Reserve Officers Association)
Japanese Association of America
Japanese Overseas Central Society ( Kaigai Dobo Chuo Kai)
Japanese Overseas Convention, Tokyo, Japan, 1940
Japanese Protective Association ( Recruiting Organization)
Jikyoku lin Kai ( Current Affairs Association)
Kibei Seinen Kai ( Association of United States Citizens of Japanese Ancestry who have returned to America after studying in Japan)
Nanka Teikoku Gunyudan ( Imperial Military Friends Group or Southern California War Veterans)
Nichibei Kogyo Kaisha ( The Great Fujii Theatre)
Northwest Japanese Association
Peace Movement of Ethiopia
Sakura Kai ( Patriotic Society, or Cherry Association--composed of veterans of Russo-Japanese War)
Shinto Temples
Sokoku Kai ( Fatherland Society)
Suiko Sha ( Reserve Officers Association, Los Angeles)

Fascist
American Patriots, Inc.
Ausland-Organization der NSDAP ( Overseas Branch of Nazi Party)
Association of German Nationals ( Reichsdeutsche Vereinigung)
Central Organization of the German-American National Alliance ( Deutsche- Amerikanische Einheitsfront)
Citizens Protective League
Dante Alighieri Society
Federation of Italian War Veterans in the United States of America, Inc. ( Associazione Nazionale Conbattenti Italiani, Federazione degli Stati Uniti d' America)
Friends of the New Germany (Freunde des Neuen Deutaschlands)
German-American Bund (Amerikadeutscher Volksbund)
German-American Republican League
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1
Part III of Executive Order 9835 prescribing procedures for the administration of an employee loyalty program in the executive branch of the Government requires the Department of Justice to furnish the Loyalty Review Board with "the name of each foreign or domestic organization, association, movement, group, or combination of persons which the Attorney; General, after appropriate investigation and determination, designates as totalitarian, Fascist, Communist, or subversive, or as having adopted a policy of advocating or approving the commission of acts of force or violence to deny others their rights under the Constitution of the United States, or as seeking to alter the form of government of the United States by unconstitutional means."

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