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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 2, February 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date February 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
Genre
  • journals (periodicals)
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  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript In Rp: Atoms for Ppace How About Zaroubin Now? G. N. Zaroubin is the Soviel Ambassador to the United Stales. He alsee represents the Soviel I nion in secrel negotiations vvilh I ,S. SecTetarj of State John Foster Dulles regarding the atoms-for- peace plan. Zaroubin was the Soviel Ambassador to Canada in 1945, during the operations of the spy ring which wa- broken up bj the defection lo u- of Igor Gouzenko. All the alum spies ever caughl wen- directly or indirect!) due he Gouzenko's break. The Report oj the Royal Commission cleared Zaroubin of complicity in the illegal and hostile espionage activities of 17 members of the Soviel Embassy slaff nominally under his supervision. "Gouzenko has testified before us," says the Report, "thai the >ee\ie't Ambassador had no right of access to lhe- secrel rooms in the special wing on the second lloor of the Embassy. Moreover, according I * > Gouzenko, the So\ iel Ambassador had no righl ol access in the secrel telegrams sent to and received from Moscow b) Za- Initio. Pavlov, and Goussarov, the heads of the military espionage, \k\ I), and 'political system' sections respectively.' This is sluing supporl for Za- roubin's having been either the dupe of his own underlings or else, despite the surface, an underling himself. The question was, however, reopened for speculation in 1953 b) Ismail Ege, ex-Lieutenant Golonel of lhe military intelligence department of lhe general stall of the Red Army, who broke with the I .S.S.R. and the Communisl parly in June, 1942. Colonel Ege testified before the Jenner (lommittee October i'l. 1953, being examined lev Mr. i now Judge i Robert Morris, then counsel for the committee, as follows: Mu. Morris: Now, Mr. Ege, weeiilil \<iu i»-ll us the i'iIi' that the Soviel Embassy in Wasliiiujlon and Ihe Soviel Ambassador to Washington played in Soviet espionage based upon your own personal experience in the Soviet intelligence system? Mr. Ege: Well, in 1912 Soviet Ambassadors, having their diplomatic position as chief of the Em bassy, were a little away from intelligence activities. . . . I nder roof- of Seev iel embassies, consulates, trade organizations, there were secrel organizations of Soviet intelligence channels working for Soviet intelligence. Rut they personally did not lake part in il and did mil direct il. In 1942, approximately in February or January, there was top secrel order. Mu. Morris: This is January of whal year? Mr. Ece: 1941. Mr. Morris: There was a top secrel order. Did you see this? Mr. Ege: I read il myself and signed it that I bad read it. Mr. Morris: You signed that you bad read ihis top-secrel order? Mn. Ege: Thai is right. Mr. Morris: What did the order say? Mr. Ece: Thai order was issued by the Central Committee ol the Communist Party of the Soviel Union, and the Ri-Council of People- (iomniissars and was signed by Stalin and Molotov. In thai order it was stated thai From now on Ambassadors of So- v iel I nion had to become real bosses. In Russian lhal is lhe word "Chaosyain." In English translated, thai means proprietor, boss, the firsl manager, the person «ho is running some business. * * * * Now the top-secret document signed by Stalin and Molotov made an excellent point in a very categorical way that up to this date, 1 mean the date of issue of lhat order. Ambassadors were not playing the role of real boss. » * * * Mu. Morris: And the date again ? Mu. Ege: Thai was January or February, 1941. Mu. Morris: Continue, please. Mu. I.i.i.: Mid il was pointed eeiit lhal especially in lhe most important countries as Germany. 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