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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INDEX

A
Page
Abt, John J., Communist affiliations of A82
Adamic Louis Communist-front affiliations of A73 ff.
Alexander, Robert C., Assistant Chief, Visa Division, Department of State, excerpts from testimony of A193 ff.
American Slav Congress, constitution of A106 ff.
Employees of the A85
Financial reports with exhibits:
January 24, 1944, to December 31, 1945A85 ff.
1946A91 ff.
1947A95 ff.
1948A100 ff.
Officers of the A85
Publications, pamphlets, and leaflets issued A105 ff.
Attorney General's list of Communist and subversive organizations A7 ff.

B
Belfrage, Cedric, Communist-front affiliations of A82
Bentley, Elizabeth, persons named in testimony of A81 ff.
Bluszcz, Zygmunt, chief radio officer, motorship Batory, statement on Eisler escape A140

C
Communist organizations, or otherwise subversive, as designated by the Attorney General of the United StatesA7 ff.
Corwin, Norman, Communist-front affiliations of A77 ff.
Cwiklinski, Capt. Jan, motorship Batory, statement on Eisler escape A136

E
Eisler, Gerhart, stowaway on motorship Batory, correspondence and cables concerning A121 ff.
Extracts from ship's logbook concerning Eisler escape A124 ff.

G
Gdynia-America Line, Inc., list of seamen and workaways hired in New York, 1947 to August 1949A111 ff.
Registration statement filed with Justice Department under Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938 with amendments, exhibits, and supplements A144 ff.

K
Kazakevich, Vladimir D., Communist-front affiliations of A82

L
Lampell, Millard, Communist-front affiliations of A80

M
McCarran, Senator Pat, statement of, in the Senate of the United States upon the introduction of S. 1694, superseded by S. 1832, on subversives A1 ff.
Mann, Erika, Communist-front affiliations of A77

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  • Appendix I A1
  • Appendix II A7
  • Appendix III A11
  • Appendix IV A43
  • Appendix V A73
  • Appendix VI A85
  • Appendix VII A111
  • Appendix VIII A193
  • Index A203
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