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 III

TRANSLATIONS OF INSTRUCTIONS AND OTHER DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED BY GEN. IZYDOR MODELSKI1
Polish ArmySecret
Chief CommandCopy No. 1
General Staff Division II
No. 0333
14 March 1946

INSTRUCTION ON THE COMPETENCE AND SCOPE OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE MILITARY ATTACHÉ AT THE POLISH EMBASSY IN WASHINGTON
1. The Military Attaché at the Polish Embassy in Washington is under the Ambassador of Poland in matters of representation and political appearances.
2. The Military Attaché directs the over-all activities in the sphere of military representation in the United States. Through his first deputy, he makes preparations for establishing contact with Canada, Argentina, and Brazil-- where Military Attachés will be assigned.
3. The military Attaché resolves any difficulties [which may hinder] direct communications between Attaché's offices of specific North and South American countries and Poland.
4. Through his first deputy, the Military Attaché accomplishes the following tasks:
Controls the work of the Military Attaché in Mexico;
supplies that office with required materials from the homeland;
collects and transmits the correspondence of that office.
5. All diplomatic personnel assigned to North and South America will travel through Washington when reporting to their posts. The Attaché himself will establish contact with the Military Attaché assigned to these missions. Through his deputy--
He will give tactical instructions to the respective attachés, based on experience gained in the preparatory work done in these countries prior to setting up the offices of the Attachés;
he will decide on the method of controlling the work;
he will decide on the method of correspondence.
6. The Military Attaché in Washington will cooperate as closely as possible with his first deputy, so that in the event of the Attaché's absence the latter shall be in a position to replace him.
MICHAL ZYMIERSKI, Minister of National Defense, Marshal of Poland.14.III. 1946 [ 14 March 1946]Reproduce in 2 copies
Copy No. 1--addressee
Copy No. 2--file
Drawn up 13.III. 1946 [ 13 March 1946] AL[Seal of the Minister of National Defense.]
Polish Army
Chief CommandSecret
Division IICopy No. I
No. 0334
14 March, 1946

INSTRUCTION FOR THE MILITARY ATTACHÉ AT THE EMBASSY OF THE POLISH REPUBLIC IN WASHINGTON

Polish colony in the United States
1. 1. To ascertain and observe the activity of Polish organizations in the United States. Through your "residents,"2 to observe particularly Polish re-
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1
The testimony of General Modelski appears on p. 6.
2
Designation used for the heads of district espionage units. Residents are in direct contact with heads of foreign espionage units of satellite diplomatic missions.

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