Violations of state department [travel] regulations; and pro-Castro propaganda activities in the ... Violations of state department [travel] regulations; and pro-Castro propaganda activities in the ...

Violations of state department [travel] regulations; and pro-Castro propaganda activities in the United States. Hearings before the Committee on Un-American Activities, House of Representatives, Eighty-eighth Congress, first and second sessions. Part 1: May 6, 7, and 23 1963; including index. Part 4: October 16 and November 18; including index. Part 5: September 3, 4, and 28, 1964; including index [3 odd volumes from a run]

United States. House of Representatives. Committee on Un-American Activities

Published by GPO, Washington, 1963
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Respectively v, 223-430, vii; v, 811-932, v; v, 1975-2208; plain printed white self-wraps with exposed staples as issued, errata sheet laid into #4, #5 has several pictorial exhibits; very good copies, three items together as a small lot. Two well known names crop up amongst the interrogated: Leo Huberman (responds to 10p of questions), and V. T. Lee (corresponded with Oswald, here declines passim to answer 16p. of specific questions). Part I, testimonies of Fred Jerome, Elizabeth Sutherland, Conrad Lynn, Leo Huberman, V[incent]. T[heodore]. Lee, Anatol Isaac Schlosser, Stefan Martinot. Part 4, testimonies of Arnold Indenbaum, June Anita Gard, Peter Gumpert, Durane Sherman, Nicholas Bateson, Brunhilde Linke, Edward O'Neill, David Perham, Harold Gesell, Harold Wilkes, John Robert Glenn, Marcia Glenn. Part 5, testimonies of George Luke, Alexander Lewin, Yvonne Bond, Morton Slater, Edward Lemansky, Albert Maher. Bookseller Inventory # 166379

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Title: Violations of state department [travel] ...

Publisher: GPO, Washington

Publication Date: 1963

Binding: Soft cover

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