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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 4, April 1955 - File 008. 1955-04. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 19, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/1259/show/1197.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 4, April 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date April 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 ttmQVkmatw&Mkm was the American who succeeded Henry Dexer White as head of the International Monetary Fund and remained its din,lor until December, 105:!.' Alger Hiss was the executive secretary of the Dumbarton Oaks Conference in 1044, at which the preliminary draft of the United Nations Charter was approved. •Jger lli~s weis the busiest and mosl influential counselor who wenl to tbe Yedla Conference with Roosevelt in 1015. Alger Hiss weis the only official counselor with Roosevelt during private meetings when Roosevelt and Stalin made basic agreements aboul the charter of the 1 nited Nations.18 "I SHOULDN'T HAVE DONE IT" On one frightful occasion at Yalta, during the bitter fight over llu-sia's demand for sixteen votes in the I nited \alious. Roosevelt, Hiss. Stalin, and an interpreter wen- left alone in a conference room. The resl of the high brass eel i alia cooled their heels outside. When Roosevelt, then a dying man. came oul of lhe room with Alger Hiss, he announced to his advisers that an "agreement" had been reached which would give Russia three votes against America's one in the General rVssembly of the I N. To the protests of the American delegation, Roosevell wearily em- nounced: "I know 1 shouldn t have done it. But I was so lire-el when they got hold of m,'."'!'(T) Who were "they"? Then' were onl) four people in the room: Roosevelt, Stalin, Alger Hiss, and the interpreter. The interpreter wees Charles Bohlen, our present Ambassador to Russia. I pon his return from Yalta in February, 1945, Alger Hiss lei'gan immediate preparation fen- the San Francjgco Conference to be held in April.'-" Qy In secret meetings wilh fellow conspirators, Communists, and miscellaneous fellow travelers in and around the Institute of Pacific Relations, Alger Hiss prepared the agenda for the I nited Nations Conference eil San Francisco weeks before il was held. Alger Hiss organized the American —Wide World Photo Signing the Moscow Tripartite Conference Agreement in 1943 are: (left to right) Secretary of State Corded Hull: Soviet Foreign Commissar Molotov. and British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden. Page 6 delegation to the San Francisco I lonfer- ence. Alger Hiss an American Communisl spy was the general secretary, the chief executive officer, at the International conference in Seen Francisco when the I N Charter was adopted. Alger Hi- organized and ran the San iT-aii' i-1" Conference. It weis his show.20!^/ When the United Nations Charter »■'; finally approved al San Francisco, '' was Alger Hiss who Ineek charge of tl"' document itself and had the solemn ''" sponsibility of fl\ ing ii back lo Washington. Il is also interesting to note thai tl"' eil —Wide World Photo Maxim Litvinoff makes his first statement to the press after United States recognition of Russia in 1933. eleu which the Presidenl of the I nite« States proclaims as I nited Nations D*l every year is October 24. Vmerica "" tied the I N Charter in July. Octob weis the day « hen the Sovii'i I nion fii-el the I \ Charter.21 ItH -Wide World PM" Secretary of State Stettinius shown pre5' ing at the final session of the United Nalio" Conference at San Francisco in June, 1 v Left to right, President Truman, Stettin'" and Alger Hiss, After the San Francisco (ionferenf in June'. 1945, Uger Hiss helped lo f ganize and staff the American mi-1"1 to the United Nalions. Alger Hi-- "' cri'lly recommended approximate^ '' hundred persons for employment on United Nations Secretariat staff, i"'"'1 of whom were actually employed; '"''" of whom arc slill therej many ol wh"" when questioned by congressional '''' i mill.'is. lake the Fifth Vmendmenl '■"" decline le> saj whether they are I'.,,'""" nisis or spies.2" By middle eef 101 I. when il cleai thai the Nazis were going to j defeated, the Communisl conspirators „ over the world began winking lo pxRJjj. ihe' militarj \ ictory of the Grand ance, in the interests of Soviel I'0" and world revolution. q , Communists, fellow travelers, and . V'iel agents who were in key position* mosl of the important wartime a?''11 . of the United States governmenl. I'f"|j filtering into posts where they '" j exert decisive influence on lhe p"-|v policies of the I nited States.20 j. Uger Hi-- was in charge <»l the I' ,. war Policy Planning Division "' ,[ State Department. W hen lhe first 1 "''',. Nations relief activity wa- organize<,< a massive scale i the 1 nited Nation* FACTS FORUM NEWS ■i tl April, ' foreign | ls actual Wnrnents ?>* the h CTs
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