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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 5, May 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
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  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date May 1955
Language eng
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  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
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  • Dallas, Texas
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  • journals (periodicals)
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Identifier AP2.F146 v. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript What they're saying about FACTS FORUM This is to ... acknowledge yours IMesll.ual Evans*] <el March 5, eee..I the cop} ..I hots Forum Sews for February, 1955, v\itle atten- tion directed to the article by Miss Freda I tlev mi i>ee3." 24. 1 tlieink you ever se. much. Miss Utley is one of my favorite persons eunl has performed yeoman service in i'\|ee>s- ing the Communist conspiracy. She eilsn hap- |.e*tis n, !„• ;e board member of the Vmerican China Polic) Issociation of which I am president. Incidentally, I was talking to her i.ist last iiiulit eit ee part) given lor Ralph de Teeleiiileiiii. celebrating tie.- publication ol his first Ilove'l. eill.I We lllelltieet.ea! Veell ell..I Vailll fine lie.e.k, 7'/ec rseeiet II nr lot the A-Hotnh. In that connection, I heul eiia-eesioti tee elefetul you .eti'l vour leeu.k in ei board meeting of the American Committee leer Cultural Freedom I'lee-i. the -ki.l- y\.aa' eill greased to censure my friend 'eend then !•■ IE,»vs board member, .leeme's Benulieiml who eifleeieleal the eggheads by writing the- introduction tee ye.e.r I k. We- heul e|iiite' ei storm) session, hut filially the opposition backed down. I appreciate yn.er le-tter. einel I am edeetl l.e -e-e- [heel vu.1 lilt' . a el. ne-cteu I uith s,, | j n,' an enterprise a- Kent- Forum. (a..ne.i S. Schuyler, \-'\e York Editor Courier, Amnion's Best Weekly, 2091 Seventh Vve., New York 27, N.'i. ...Facts Forum is certainly doing an amazingl) lie..- i..h. ... Wn.iivvi laei.e. President and I' e r 1,1 i -lit- r- P. 0. Box Hill. II.'..... \ev. Your letter... enclosing $100 i:.S. Bond [award [or prize-winning (|in-stiein submitted n. INSWERS FOR VMERICANS radio-TA program] nee- ieulesul a welcome einel glad surprise.... I shall continue te. I t Facts leer.1111 ill .'V.-rv Way 1 Can, l.eaai.l-e' I ii.-li.-eu that it is doing a great iveerk feer your lanel and mine.... (.. I. Nolan I!, li. i Seym I...I. ... a {£reat program. \m glad someone is interested iei tin- welfare "I our countr) a...I is leutti.iu forth an effort t.. save it from 'li-ee-te-r . . . . Itini,1 Jemigan lle.v I'll. Ringling, Okla. . . . Other than [ear, ignorance i- certainly our worst .-...-niv Iii the' ........try toeleev. einel it |.l.3l-e'- en,- eeee-eitly tn -ea- Facts Forum combating ihi- enemy under the byline "dispelling apathy."' then is. transforming eepeeihy int.. positive thought eunl. ultimately, eeetieeei. In ileeinu this, yon are meikiiio free- men more proud ..I their freedom eeenl less eifraiel nf communism. Thai i- whal we need In our Struggle feer jee-eiee- nn earth. Iirhnr J. Dommen III Mitchell St., Ithaca, Y > Ph-ee-e1 sean! me ;e transcript of tl..' radii broadcast ... I want it for our discussion ornltp. It/ltll Cornelia (Jiiinn 52 Relihan ILL Noroton Heights, Conn does show, however, lo whal length political friend- ui lhe New Deal w ill go to pin al leasl pari of lhe *1 eellet tragedy em men who long before' the eulveul of the Roosevelt presidency as a matter of public record knew more about tbe Communisl world menace theui Roosevell or einv other of our Yalta participants ever found out after- it ards. THE SOFT-PEDALING \\ !• are I litis Faced with attempts to falsify lhe history of that time and to soft-pedal thc more embarrassing eunl obnoxious evidence nf political naivete among our leading statesmen. In various degrees, soft-pedaling itself, emd also omission, amount to falsification. There have been ibe.se. even on tlie conservative side, who shy away from what thev Fearfully regard as the "loaded" word. \\ hen I recently asked the publisher nf a leading conservative magazine if he considered ihe use of ihe wi'id "betrayal" in connection with lhe Yalta Conference as "loaded," he replied in the affirmative. If ibis publisher et meritorious champion of free enterprisi—has a look al the official record iPieiblcn Minnies! of tin' Fifth Plenary Meeting (February li. 1945, I P.M.). lie will find out that Prime Minister Churchill, ;i master of the courteous word, expressed lhe opinion lhal ihe 150 thousand valianl Polish fighters in Italy would regard lhe recoL'- nition of the (Soviet puppet) Lublin governmenl "as an acl nf betrayal of Poland." i Sew York Tunes. March 17. 1955. page T 20. column 2. paragraph 1.) ll is of course anyone's privilege lu hold the opinion lhal the Prime Minister engages in the use of "loaded" words. The settlement of the Polish problem, besides lhe dismemberment of Germany, the payment nf reparations by Germany. the Allied Control Commission in Ger- tnetnv. and the preliminaries of a world organization, according lo the official records look must of the lime nf the political Yalta meetings. Comparatively little lime was spent on Bulgaria, Hungary, Yugoslavia, and China, and the topic eif [ran weis quickly dropped. ROOSEVELT'S PRO-SOVIET ROLE Tn lhe over-all view, il wets usually Naliu and Molotov who haggled wild I Inn. hill eunl Eden. Mosl of the time. Presidenl Roosevell took sides wilh Stalin againsl Churchill. Our President, according lo the Bohlen Minnie's, eil ei private meeting with Stalin and Molo- im Stettinius weis nol presenl wets rather derogatory of lln- British who, hi' -eiiel. "wished to have their cake and eal il. loo.'' (The Presidenl relished cliche pluaisfs.i |i j, nol recorded thai Stalin objected lo the anti-British remark, nor lhal linos,veli made any similar statement about the Russians to Churchill. Vgain eunl again Roosevell weis eager I., demonstrate his sympathies for the Sot iel I nion. I ll must have been et rare satisfaction to Molotoi and Vishinsky In see' Roosevell eunl Sii'Uiuius lake their beils off al Saki airfield/, in lhe Crimea, ten Saturday, Februarj ■',. al 12:30 p.m., When the Soviet band played the "Internationale," which is lhe son"; of Communisl world revolution.) Thus, eil lhe Roosevelt-Stalin meeting of February .". 1915. 3:30 P.M., lhe Presidenl deplored lhe facl that il seemed hard In bring lhe Chinese Nationalists (the Kuomintang, wilh capital in Chungking) and Ihe Communists together, "He (Roosevelt) said," according to the Bohlen Minutes, "lhe fault lay more with the Kuomintang and lhe Chungking governmenl than with the so-called | sic! | Communists." Apparently, Mr. Roosevell thought of the Chinese Communists eis "agrarian reformers." I nlikc Prime Minister Churchill. Mr- Roosevell weis mosl consistent in going along with Siedin by urging ruthless if nol barbaric treatment uf the Germans- Thai became evidenl al lhe very firsl Roosevelt-Stalin meeting, on Sunday, February I. 1915. I p.m. Alread) at Teheran, in I'M!, eil et "spirited" banquet, Sieiliu and Churchill bail clashed quite violently because the Kremlin dictator bail toasted to "unity" in dispatching at least 50.000 German war criminals "eis feisl as wc capture litem.' Al lhat lime. F. I). Roosevelt, in his inimitable geniality, had suggested a compromise bv liquidating only 49,500 Germans. Now in the veu-y first exchange nf amenities the jovial scion from Hyde Park assured lln- bank robber frnm Tiflis that "he [Roosevelt] nets mote' bloodthirsty in regard lo lhe Germans than be had been a year ago. And hi' hnped lhal Marshal Stalin would again propose ;i toasl to the execution of 50.000 officers of the German Armv. (Bohlen Minnies.) In lhe absence of the Prime Minister, at ibis firsl meeting, Roosevell evidently Fell sab- in assuring Uncle Joe hov much he heul appreciated his gracious Teheran toast, and he intensified h'~ harmony with the old bandit by going him one better. Stalin, Flushed with liquor, had toasted in the execution of weir criminals; Roosevelt, entirely sober. as a matter of joking in a casual, heart- fell fetsbie.n. recommended the execution nf 50.000 officers. He evidently no longer distinguished even between Nazis and officers and had perhaps no longef the strength to understand thai officers, no matter of whal country, simply do-and-die when called i<> arms, which should earn them our respect even '' they happen lo be on the enemy side, \i the Second Plenary Meeting, "" February 5. 19 15. I in 8 P.M. (Bohlen Mitlllll's I . IJne.-f'V I'll ley ice. einel einv coaxing, broughl up tin German manpower bv Ivussiee eis part- pavinent ..I reparations. Little did h'' then realize how close even ill lhal coll' llle w illn.lll use nf pa I'aire "i2 FACTS l-'OUUM NEWS. May, I"-'"'
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