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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 10, November 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 10, November 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date November 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • 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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Transcript JT ThUND FOR THE REPUBLIC? ions of these ■ and more involved in viet Embassy also greater and thai you lb the reports Sn\ie'l Am- that he tncn- whnm he or id contacted, in wilh thc ■gie Founda- ■d what they iblications or favorable m :orrect? i rigbl. or I testimony he- ee ihi- spring Senator Fer- of subversive infiltration of irable for the hich weis paid weis not Sov- nnnev. rED BY ZERS •y manage W the propaga- to the Soviel , I guess, the 'i-eline inte-re'S- ,r foundation! t their people connected th* helic to corn- on.-, and th«'v ghl man out- and in some a or Yale »r i to me, moslb bizers, emd so was nol obli- ey. mentioned th1' i universitieSi iford. ! right, names appeal the names "' ir; more lhe"1 a lime on e"" f were olli-re'1' • Foundations! ir. it wei- eill'' rof 1020 win'", ■releiry genera .rations, of on' ifereni't- le' ■' ispices of th' e. \,„,„,/„',. KM League ,»f Nations. I attended ;i lunch given by a lol of Foreign law mis in the- lie-Id of international law. ami then some of mv foreign acquaintances introduced me to a man I don'l remember his name, unfortunately whn ei-keal no- whether I am interested tn come tn I'eiris eiml gel el fellowship in a Paris organization of Carnegie Endowmenl for International Peace. Before ihis came in tedk. 1 lold him that I read a lot of publications of this endowmcni and I appreciate the big and valuable work done' by this endowmenl in the Held of— it stalled at the origin of World War I. et cetera, el cetera, and evidently in answer of my interest and appreciation he asked myself perhaps I would be interested. I seiid. "A es, ' and to say the t rut li I have completely forgotten the whole conversation. CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT FELLOWSHIP FUND .1/r. Bogolepov. When I come back to Moscow, perhaps iii two or three months, 'n my office came an official Invitation from Carnegie Endowmenl proposing tie to come to Paris eunl gel a fellow- ship for one year's work in the held °f international leiw. I was extremel) glad to gel away from the Soviet I nion, "f course, at leasl feu one year, and. on 'in- second hand. I was interested in the "ili-rnatieineil law and the possibility "I studying il in Ihis organization, so I immediately answered, saying, "Thank v"n. and in due time I will inform you "hether it is possible for me or nol to sccepl your invitation"; and I reported the whole business to my superiors, to foreign Commissar Litvinov. Ihey discussed it evidently in some luarters, ihis proposal; I did nol know "nything aboul il. and then I was in- fori I thai I had to write a letter to Carnegie Endowmenl in Penis thanking them for kind invitation and saying *hal m\ duties make it impossible fnr n'e in leave Moscow righl nnw. hui I u"iild recommend warml) a friend of '"inc. the employee of the same Foreign 'nice, a certain Air. Hershelman. Mr. Keele. Let llie get the spelling of lr|at nam.'. '/;. Bogolepov. Il-e-r-s-h-e-l-m-a-n. I "i I remember hi- firsl name. I knew ihis Hershelman, and I met "m in the Foreign Office, hut. a- ei Matter of fail. In- was not an employee '.'/ 'lie Foreign Office, hui. of the Soviel olitica] Intelligence, which i- known ""^ under tin- name of MCI!, tin- secrel (Wice, and with iln- foreign administra- ''°n of ihis MGB, which i- in charge of !'' Soviel spy acth ity abroad. So ihi- nieiii wa- assigned wilh ibis mission nl going in Paris emd tei stud) international law wilh ihe Carnegie Endowmenl fnr International Peace. From the reports which I later saw from our Ambassador in Paris, this mission nl Hershelman wei- again in connection w ith lln- -emu- eepe-ralinn infiltration which I reported in you when 1 had spoken about lhe American matters. IDEOLOGICAL SABOTAGE OF AMERICA AND FRANCE I have to specify thai in Europe, France, an infiltration into ihe French intellectual circles, universities, scientific societies, and foreign administration was one of tbe mosl importanl tasks which lhe Soviel government, the Communisl government, pul before itself, -o there were two major points nf application of all efforts of infiltration and, as 1 call il. ideological sabotage: The firsl one was America, and in Europe it was France. .. . afler a graduation from ihis Paris endowmenl he came for a short time' to Moscow jusl in order to get a high as- signmenl in lhe League of Nations, li was a lime in 1934 when lhe Soviel Union weis admitted to the League of Nalions. and Hershelman became Deputy Secretary General of the League of Nations, and in ihis connection he weis organizing tin- same business inside the Geneva organization, putting the So\ iet agents eiml Soviel sympathizers in eill importanl positions inside tin- League of Nalions ... 1//. Keele. At lhe linn- Hershelman's name was submitted to the Carnegie Foundation, Carnegie Endowment, did you w rile the letter in which you recommended Hershelman's name when you declined In become a fellow or to receive the' scholarship? Die! you name Hershelman ? 1/r. Bogolepov. No. I did il through the Pari- Embassy. They got the order that was fnr them to say lhal "Mr. Bogolepov can'l lake- vour kind—accepl your kind invitation, hui In- recommends such emd such ei man," and there was nn trouble. Hershelman kit \h.-'aew pretty soon afler I was obliged lo decline my ow n im itation. 1/r. Keele. Dei you know nf vour own knowledge whether or nol the name submitted weis thai of Hershelman or was another name submitted. 1/r. Bogolepov. No. sir: thai I don't know. If 1 have written letters myself eertaiuK I should, I would have know n the name. Rut wilh thi- business, delicate business, you know, they newer trusl people ie. approach directly. They iiin-tK use the organization like embassy to inform that. 1/r. Keele. In other words, you did mil actually write the letter: it was written through lhe Soviel Embassy in Pari-'.-' 1/r. Bogolepov. That is right; in Paris. 1/r. Keele. Has the Sen iel governmenl been instrumental in gelling fellowships fm- Latin-American students nf their choosing from tin- foundations? .1/r. Bogolepov. A es. 1/r. Keele. Will you tell us a hit about pacts FORUM NEWS, Vovembi _- WORLD PHOTO Igor Bogolepov, former Soviet Foreign office employee who left Moscow in the 1940's and is under death sentence by the Kremlin. Page 9
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