The Council on Foreign Relations and Mein Kampf

In 1941 General William Donovanís covert psywar responsibilities included covert psychological warfare within the uniformed Office of Strategic Services (OSS). [1] In 1943 the OSS released a top secret psychological report written on Adolph Hitler. The psychologist leading the study was Dr. Walter Langer. Dr. Walter Langerís brother was William L. Langer, Special Branch Chief of the Office of Strategic Services. William L. Langer was also one of the editors of the first English version of Adolph Hitlerís Mein Kampf. The English version of Mein Kampf appeared in 1939. Hitler wrote Mein Kampf in 1923. Members of the Royal Institute of International Affairs and the Council on Foreign Relations were reading English Translations of Mein Kampf many years before they presented it to the American public. One of William L. Langerís co-editors was George N. Shuster. Langer and Shuster were Council on Foreign Relations War and Peace Studiesí Peace Aims Group members from 1941-1945. Another member of this group was Arthur Sweetser, the Deputy director of the Office of War Information. Sweetser and Langer also worked together as members of the Political Group with John Foster Dulles. Another member of the Peace and Aims Group was Allen W. Dulles, Johnís brother. General Donovan and Allen Dulles made a career of trying to have the Director of Central Intelligence assigned to the Office of the President.[2]

The Division of Special Research of the Department of State was organized like the Council on Foreign Relations Peace and Aims Group. The Peace and Aims Group gathered information about particular nations or groups of nations using the Buchanan-Cantril "Adjective Check-list." -- so did the Division of Special Research. These groups sent this information of different peopleís aims and aspirations to the Institute of Advanced Study at Princeton University. This information was given to Cantril and others studying policy-research, and psychological warfare techniques. Cantril and his colleagues would script psycho-political PSYOPs from what they learned and evaluate the effectiveness of the PSYOPs .Federal Broadcast Intelligence Service would be broadcast the propaganda to peoples of target nations throughout the world. The psycho-political operations were used to deceive people in other nations including allies nations. The British played a willing part in the psycho-political operations, as evidenced by their liaison with the Federal Broadcast Intelligence Service.

In 1939 Shuster was one of ten editorial sponsors of Mein Kampf. The other sponsors were:

  • John Chamberlain

  • Sidney B. Fay

  • John Gunther

  • Carlton J. H. Hayes

  • Graham Hutton

  • Alvin Johnson

  • William L. Langer

  • Walter Millis

  • Raoul de Roussy de Sales

Shusterís co-editor William L. Langer was a professor and a psychologist. William L. Langer was the OSS branch chief for Research and Analysis. While in the OSS William L. Langer worked with Council on Foreign Relations member William H. Jackson. Their OSS research included "indirect assessment." "Indirect assessment" was a way of evaluating a manís personality or state of mind without direct interview by a psychologist. Professor William Langer was applying this technique to produce profiles on key political figures. One of the figures Langerís study focused on was Adolph Hitler. Langer published an OSS psychological profile of Hitler. "Indirect assessment" was also used to help in assessing the reliability of foreign agents. Data analyzed included physical appearance, dress, manner, speech, habits, social and political attitudes.[3]

The introduction to Mein Kampf tells us,

"... Mein Kampf is a propagandistic essay by a violent partisan. As such it often warps historical truth and sometimes ignores it completely. We have, therefore, felt it our duty to accompany the text with factual information which constitutes an extensive critique of the original. No American would like to assume responsibility for giving the public a text which, if not tested in the light of diligent inquiry, might convey the impression that Hitler was writing history rather than propaganda... "[4]

The editors of Mein Kampf, including Intelligence Agents Shuster and Langer, were either misdirecting the reader or woefully misinformed about the psychological warfare techniques being employed by State Department Officials, and the Office of Strategic Services, and Military Intelligence Units. Among the sleight of mind techniques employed were warping historical truth and often ignoring it completely.

Langer (March 16, 1896-December 26, 1977) was a key figure in the intelligence community. As a soldier in World War I he rose from private to sergeant, and participated in the St. Mihiel and Argonne engagements. A member of the Board of Analysts, Office of Coordinator of Information (1941-42); chief of Research and Analysis Branch, Office of Strategic Services (1942-1945), special assistant for intelligence analysis to the Secretary of State (1946); and assistant director of the CIA (1950-52). After 1952 Langer served as a consultant to the CIA. Langer spent thirty years dealing with the problems and organization of foreign intelligence including nine years on the Presidentís Foreign Intelligence Advisory board (1961-1979). In his presidential address to the American Historical Association (1957) Langer emphasized the need for deeper study and more extensive reference by historians to the teachings of modern psychology. In his early Langer was a fellow at the Center for Advance Study in Behavioral Sciences at Stanford. Langerís first significant book was The Diplomacy of Imperialism (1935). His view was that Hitlerís Mein Kampf was an extraordinary medley of amateur politics and amazing insights into international problems and possibilities, and that Hitler "showed reckless courage in realizing the German dreams, nightmarish as some of them were." [5]

Shuster (August 27, 1894-January 25, 1977) was a journalist that enlisted and served in France as a sergeant in Army Intelligence. Shuster was of German heritage and was not enthusiastic about the war. After the war he was in the army of occupation in Germany. He studied at the University of Poitiers in France. Shuster admired the German culture and sympathized with Germanyís economic problems after Word War I. In his book The Germans (1932), he glibly dismissed the "ideas" of Adolf Hitler as "no more commendable for wisdom or practicableness than are the notions of the average United States Senator." Shuster began to change his views towards Hitler in 1934 and denounced the Naziís assaults on individual and religious freedom. During World War II Shuster served on the Enemy Alien Board. When the war began in 1945 Secretary of War Henry Stimson ordered an "evacuation" of all Japanese, alien and American alike, from the coastal regions of California. Stimson remarked that the evacuation made an awful hole in the constitution but he had to do it on the grounds of safety of the nation and out of military necessity. The Japanese, alien and American alike, were "rationalized" into concentration camps. Oddly enough, Stimson didnít rationalize that the Germans, alien and American alike be "rationalized" into concentration camps. Did the Japanese "evacuation" recommendation come from the Enemy Alien Board? Did this recommendation include only a Japanese "evacuation" because the board was made up of a group of subtle fascists, and racial supremacists that approved the ethic cleansing being practiced by Adolph Hitler? A group of subtle fascists that were members of the Council on Foreign Relations? A group of subtle fascists who had infiltrated Hitlerís Nazi party, not to destroy it, but to bring it to power, to justify a second World War?[6]

Were Army Intelligence Officers George Nauman Shuster and William L. Langer ( both memberís of the Council on Foreign Relations Peace and Aims Group ) editing Mein Kampf as part of Donovanís study? A study that included researcherís Hadley Cantril and Gerard Lambert. Researchers who believed there was nothing wrong in giving the American public a message -- which, if not tested in the light of diligent inquiry, would indeed convey the impression that the author was writing history and fact rather than propaganda -- creating for the reader or listener a false "reality world" which would deceive the listener into going along with a policy they might not have otherwise sanctioned.

Did the Office of Strategic Services put up funds for getting Mein Kampf, translated, published and marketed in the United States. Was disseminating Mein Kampf, part of a psycho-political operation? Mein Kampf was written in 1923. The US and British Intelligence were aware of Hitler and his fascist organizations for years. Why did these groups wait until 1939 to make Hitlerís Mein Kampf available to English Speaking peoples? Why werenít covert-operations carried out to prevent Hitlerís rise to power? Was this information withheld so Hitler could take power? Was this done to help Hitler take power to provide the World with an enemy they could hate and loath; an enemy they would willingly fight a World War against?

Were American Council on Foreign Relations and British Royal Institute of International Affairs members aware of Mein Kampf for many years. Were English translations of this book available American and British
Round Table members as early on as 1923 when it was published in Germany? Did American and British Intelligence agents infiltrate the National Socialist German Workerís party and help Hitler write Mein Kampf?

The National Socialist German Workerís party was founded on November 9, 1919. Hitler writes in the Conclusion to Mein Kampf,

"On November 9, 1923, in the fourth year of its existence, the National Socialist German Workerís Party was dissolved and forbidden throughout the entire territory of the Reich. Today, in November of 1926, it stands again before us, free through the whole Reich, stronger and internally more stable than ever before." [7]

Evidently the German people caught on to the evil nature of Hitler and tried to do something about it. Did British and American Round Table group members hold back the publication of Mein Kampf in other countries so the German people wouldnít receive support from other nations and Hitler could overcome the resistance of his countrymen and rise to power? Did British and American intelligence agents left in Germany after World War I bring Hitler to power as part of a Council on Foreign Relations plan to cause a second World War?

Hardly one person in 1000 ever heard of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

The Council on Foreign Relations was formally established in Paris in 1919 along with its British Counterpart the Royal Institute of International Affairs. The Council on Foreign Relations and Royal Institute of International Affairs can trace their roots back to a secret organization founded and funded by Cecil Rhodes, who became fabulously wealthy by exploiting the people of South Africa. Rhodes is the father of Apartheid.

Many of the American members were American intelligence officers that belonged to the first American Intelligence Agency -- THE INQUIRY. Many of the British members were British Intelligence Agents. THE INQUIRY and its members, who included such notable Americans as Col. Edward Mandel House, Walter Lippmann, Isaiah Bowman, and James Shotwell, wrote most of Woodrow Wilsonís 14 points. The INQUIRY members attended the Paris Peace conference and traded off most of the Fourteen Points to establish the League of Nations. Wilson was so disturbed by the INQUIRYís betrayal he suffered a stroke and physical collapse and refused to speak to his influential advisor INQUIRY member Edward House ever again. The American people refused to join the League of Nations, because they did not want to belong to an organization that could force America to go to war and whose intent was to be an international police force.

The CFR/RIIA method of operation is simple -- they control public opinion. They keep the identity of their group secret. They learn the likes and dislikes of influential people. They surround and manipulate them into acting in the best interest of the CFR/RIIA.

The Council on Foreign Relations, and the Royal Institute of International Affairs are adept at using the media to create massive psycho-political operations used to manipulate public opinion. The psycho-political operations are often designed to create tensions between different groups of people. The object is to keep the world in a state of perpetual tension and warfare to maximize profits from CFR/RIIA munition, medicine, media, energy, and food businesses.

The CFR has only 3000 members yet they control over three-quarters of the nations wealth. The CFR runs the State Department and the CIA. The CFR has placed 100 CFR members in every Presidential Administration since Woodrow Wilson. They work together to misinform and disinform the President to act in the best interest of the CFR not the best interest of the American People. At least five Presidents (Eisenhower, Ford, Carter, Bush, and Clinton) have been members of the CFR. The CFR has packed every Supreme court with CFR insiders. Three CFR members (Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, and Sandra Day OíConnor) sit on the supreme court. The CFRís British Counterpart is the Royal Institute of International Affairs. The members of these groups profit by creating tension and hate. Their targets include British and American citizens.

The 100 CFR members that surround the president are the "Secret Team." The "Secret Team" help carry out psycho-political operations scripted by CFR members in the state department and the Intelligence Organizations. The psycho-political operations are coordinated by a group of Council on Foreign Relations members called the Special Group. The Special Group evolved from the Psychological Strategy Board.

President Truman issued an executive order establishing the Psychological Strategy Board (PSB). The Board was run by CFR members Gordon Gray and Henry Kissinger. The PSB has close ties to the State Department and Intelligence Organizations. The purpose of the PSB was to co-ordinate psycho-political operations. Many of those operations were focused at Americans. The people became wary of the Psychological Strategy Board. Eisenhower issued an executive order changing its name to the Operations Coordination Board (OCB). The OCB was a bigger more powerful PSB. Gray and Kissinger ran the OCB too. President Kennedy abolished the OCB. It became an ad hoc committee called the "Special Group," which exists today. The PSB/OCB/Special Group always has CFR members running and sitting on it. Since the Special Group was not formed by Executive Order it cannot be abolished.

On September 12, 1939, the Council on Foreign Relations began to take control of the Department of State. On that day Hamilton Fish Armstrong, Editor of Foreign Affairs, and Walter H. Mallory, Executive Director of the Council on Foreign Relations, paid a visit to the State Department. The Council proposed forming groups of experts to proceed with research in the general areas of Security, Armament, Economic, Political, and Territorial problems. The State Department accepted the proposal. The project (1939-1945) was called Council on Foreign Relations War and Peace Studies. Hamilton Fish Armstrong was Executive director.

In February 1941 the CFR officially became part of the State Department. The Department of State established the Division of Special Research. It was organized just like the Council on Foreign Relations War and Peace Studies project. It was divided into Economic, Political, Territorial, and Security Sections. The Research Secretaries serving with the Council groups were hired by the State Department to work in the new division. These men also were permitted to continue serving as Research Secretaries to their respective Council groups. Leo Pasvolsky was appointed Director of Research.

In 1942 the relationship between the Department of State and the Council on Foreign Relations strengthened again. The Department organized an Advisory Committee on Postwar Foreign Policies. The Chairman was Secretary Cordell Hull, the vice chairman, Under Secretary Sumner Wells, Dr. Leo Pasvolsky ( director of the Division of Special Research) was appointed Executive Officer. Several experts were brought in from outside the Department. The outside experts were Council on Foreign Relations War and Peace Studies members,

  • Hamilton Fish Armstrong

  • Isaiah Bowman

  • Benjamin V. Cohen

  • Norman H. Davis

  • James T. Shotwell

In total there were 362 meetings of the War and Peace Studies groups. The meetings were held at Council on Foreign Relations headquarters -- the Harold Pratt house, Fifty-Eight East Sixty-Eighth Street, New York City. The Councilís wartime work was confidential.17

In 1944 members of the Council on Foreign Relations The War and Peace Studies Political Group were invited to be active members at the Dumbarton Oaks conference on world economic arrangements. In 1945 these men and members of Britainís Royal Institute of International Affairs were active at the San Francisco conference which ensured the establishment of the United Nations.

In 1947 Council on Foreign Relations members George Kennan, Walter Lippmann, Paul Nitze, Dean Achenson, and Walter Krock took part in a psycho-political operation forcing the Marshall Plan on the American public. The PSYOP included a "anonymous" letter credited to a Mr. X, which appeared in the Council on Foreign Relations magazine FOREIGN AFFAIRS. The letter opened the door for the CFR controlled Truman administration to take a hard line against the threat of Soviet expansion. George Kennan was the author of the letter. The Marshall Plan should have been called the Council on Foreign Relations Plan. The so-called Marshall Plan and the ensuing North Atlantic Treaty Organization defined the role of the United States in world politics for the rest of the century.

In 1950 another PSYOP resulted in NSC-68, a key cold war document. The NSC (National Security Council) didnít write it -- the Department of State Policy Planning Staff did. The cast of characters included CFR members George Kennan, Paul Nitze, and Dean Achenson. NSC-68 was given to Truman on April 7, 1950. NSC-68 was a practical extension of the Truman doctrine. It had the US assume the role of world policeman and use 20 per cent of its gross national product ($50 billion in 1953) for arms. NSC-68 provided the justification -- the WORLD WIDE COMMUNIST THREAT!

NSC-68 realized a major Council on Foreign Relations aim -- building the largest military establishment in Peace Time History. Within a year of drafting NSC-68, the security-related budget leaped to $22 billion, armed forces manpower was up to a million -- CFR medicine, munition, food, and media businesses were humming again. The following year the NSC-68 budget rose to $44 billion. In fiscal 1953 it jumped to $50 billion. Today (1997) we are still running $300 billion dollar defense budgets despite Russia giving up because it went bankrupt.

America would never turn back from the road of huge military spending. Spending that included the purchase of radioactive fallout on American citizens in the 50ís, and buying thermonuclear waste from the Russians as we approach the year 2000. Spending resulting in a national debt of $5.5 Trillion Dollars that continues to grow, and interest payments of over $270 billion a year. Is the Council on Foreign Relations trying to make the United States economically vulnerable to influence from outside sources? Isnít that treason?

THE INQUIRY, the PSB/OCB/Special group, the War and Peace Studies, the "X" Affair, and NSC-68 have had tremendous historical impact. Yet these events and the role played by the Council on Foreign Relations in sponsoring and carrying out the events are missing from our History books. You represent the people. Can you explain to me why the Council on Foreign Relations role in History has been left out of the History books? Why donít we learn about them in High School History courses? Why donít History majors in college learn about the Council on Foreign Relations?

If you want to learn about the CFR try the following:

  • TRAGEDY AND HOPE: HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN OUR TIME by Carroll Quigley. Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time. NY: MacMillan, 1966. 1348 pages.

  • THE ANGLO-AMERICAN ESTABLISHMENT by Carroll Quigley. NY: Books in Focus, 1981.

  • THE HUMAN DIMENSION: EXPERIENCES IN POLICY RESEARCH by Hadley Cantril, Rutgers Univ Press, 1967.

  • THE WAR AND PEACE STUDIES OF THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS 1939-1945, The Harold Pratt House 58th E. 68th Street, NY, 1946

  • THE ART AND SCIENCE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS: Case Studies of Military Application Vol. 1 and 2, Pamphlet No. 725-7-2, DA Pam 525-7-2, Headquarters Dept of the Army Washington, DC, April 1976. Pollock, Daniel C Project Director & Editors De Mclaurin, Ronald, Rosenthal, Skillings(Carl F., Sarah A.)

These books are written or edited or contributed to by Council on Foreign Relations members and insiders. The Council on Foreign Relations is leaving proof so some Historian can piece together the truth sometime in the future. By the time this happens there may be no more America.

WHOíS RUNNING AMERICA? INSTITUTIONAL LEADERSHIP IN THE UNITED STATES, Thomas R. Dye, Prentice-Hall 1976, is a well documented study of Council on Foreign Relations links to the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government; the media; the largest law firms; the largest private foundations; the prestigious universities; and the military. The study and book grew out of a graduate seminar at Florida State University on "Research on Power and Elites" in 1972. Biographical data for over 5000 institutional elites was collected and coded by students. Major contributions were made by John W. Pickering, Political Science Professor, Memphis State University, Eugene R. DEClercq, Assistant Professor Political Science, George Washington University; and G. Edward Weston, Assistant Professor of Journalism at the University of Florida. If the study were repeated today, many of the names of the elite in leading positions would change. What would not change would be the fact that the elites in the study and the elites in power today are Council on Foreign Relations members.

The way the CFR works is clearly explained by Lippmann. Lippmann was a member of Americaís first intelligence organization the INQUIRY, attended the Paris Peace Conference after World War I, and was a founding father of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Central to Lippmannís strategy of achieving government and international relations policy aims were large scale psycho-political operations aimed at the masses. The early work of Lippmann, and another leading pioneer in the field of psychological warfare, Harold Lasswell, were funded by the Rockefeller Foundation. Not coincidentally the governments national security campaigns usually overlapped the commercial ambitions of Council on Foreign Relations and Institute of International Affairs controlled industries. The Carnegie Corporation and Ford Foundation were principal secondary sources of large-scale communication research funding, operating in close coordination with government propaganda and intelligence programs.

Lippmann was the INQUIRYís secretary. Lippmann became the INQUIRYís chief propaganda and intelligence specialist, and then its director. Lippmann shaped psychological strategy during the war. After the war Lippmann played a major role in the integration of psycho-political operations and psychological strategy into the social sciences in the field of communications research. Lippmannís major works are "PUBLIC OPINION" (1922), and "THE PHANTOM PUBLIC (1925)." Both works investigate the impact of mass communication on society. Both works are based on Lippmannís INQUIRY experiences.

Chapter I, of Lippmannís book, PUBLIC OPINION is titled "The World Outside and the Pictures in Our Heads." Lippmann, writes,

"This then, will be the clue to our inquiry. We shall assume that what each man does is based not on direct and certain knowledge, but on pictures made by himself or given to him. If his atlas tells him that the world is flat he will not sail near what he believes to be the edge of our planet for fear of falling off. If his maps include a fountain of eternal youth, a Ponce de Leon will go in quest of it. If someone digs up yellow dirt that looks like gold, he will for a time act exactly as if he had found gold. The way in which the world is imagined determines at any particular moment what men will do. It does not determine what they will achieve. It determines their effort, their feelings, their hopes, not their accomplishments and results. The very men who most loudly proclaim their "materialism" and their contempt for "ideologues," the Marxian communists, place their entire hope on what? On the formulation by propaganda of a class-conscious group. But what is propaganda, if not the effort to alter the picture to which men respond, to substitute one social pattern for another? What is class consciousness but a way of realizing the world? National consciousness but another way? And Professor Giddingsí consciousness of kind [ i.e. stereotypes ], but a process of believing that we recognize among the multitude certain ones marked as our kind?"14

Lippmannís conclusion is,

"I argue that representative government, either in what is ordinarily called politics, or in industry, cannot be worked successfully, no matter what the basis of election, unless there is an independent, expert organization for making the unseen facts intelligible to those who have to make the decisions... My conclusion is that public opinions must be organized for the press if they are to be sound, not by the press as is the case today. This organization I conceive to be in the first instance the task of a political science that has won its proper place as formulator, in advance of real decision, instead of apologist, critic, or reporter after the decision has been made..."

Lippmann is advocating the creation of a totalitarian state. If one small group is permitted to control public opinion, that small group can use their power to benefit the aims of the group rather than the public at large. Peopleís actions are strongly influenced by their knowledge base. People act on their beliefs. By corrupting a persons knowledge base you can manipulate their actions.

Lippmann presents a graphic view of what a society controlled by an "independent, expert organization" would become. It is presented as a preface to his book, contained in a quote from the Republic of Plato, Book Seven,

"Behold! human beings living in a sort of underground den, which has a mouth open towards the light and reaching all across the den; they have been here from their childhood, and have their legs and necks chained so that they cannot move, and can only see before them; for the chains are arranged in such a manner as to prevent them from turning round their heads. At a distance above and behind them the light of a fire is blazing, and between the fire and the prisoners there is a raised way; and you will see, if you look, a low wall built along the way, like the screen which marionette players have before them, over which they show the puppets.

I see, he said.

And do you see, I said, men passing along the wall carrying vessels, which appear over the wall; also figures of men and animals, made of wood and stone and various materials; and some of the prisoners, as you would expect, are talking, and some of them are silent.

This is a strange image, he said, and they are strange prisoners.

Like ourselves, I replied; and they see only their own shadows, or the shadows of one another, which the fire throws on the opposite wall of the cave?

True, he said: how could they see anything but the shadows if the were never allowed to move their heads?

And of the objects which are being carried in like manner they would see only the shadows?

Yes, he said.

And if they were able to talk with one another, would they not suppose that they were naming what was actually before them?"

A society controlled by a "independent, expert organization," arranging chains of bondage from childhood by corrupting the societies knowledge base, and deciding what shadows to project on the wall, would be a society of prisoners that couldnít use their heads to act in their own best interest. They would become a society of slaves living in a realm of fear.

The Council on Foreign Relations is the "independent, expert organization" Lippmann is advocating.

CFR member Congressman Richard Gephardt (D-MO), recently informed the TV audience America will soon have to relinquish control to a "International Regime." Are we approaching the day when students and workers marching in the United States will be crushed by UN Peacekeeping Forces under the control of this International Regime? Who will control the Regime? The Council on Foreign Relations? Should a major political party consider someone willing to turn our country over to a "International Regime" a possible presidential candidate?

[1]Pollock, Daniel C Project Director & Editors De Mclaurin,Ronald, Rosenthal, Carl F., Skillings, Sarah A., The Art and Science of Psychological Operations: Case Studies of Military Application Volume One, Pamphlet No. 725-7-2, DA Pam 525-7-2, Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC, 1 April 1976 pgs 5-6

[2]Langer, Walter C. The Mind of Adolf Hitler, The Secret Wartime Report, Basic Books Inc., New York, London (1972) Forward ( by William L. Langer) v-vi; The War and Peace Studies of The Council On Foreign Relations 1939-1945, The Harold Pratt House 58th E. 68th Street, NY, 1946, pg 24 Shuster & Langer were members of Council on Foreign Relations PEACE AIMS GROUP -- the other members of this group included: Hamilton Fish Armstrong, Philip E. Mosely, Mose L. Harvey, Dwight E. Lee, Jay Allen, Frank Altschul, Percy W. Bidwell, Crane Brinton, Allen W. Dulles, Frank D. Graham, John Gunther, Bruce C. Hopper, Tracy B. Kittredge, William L Langer, James G McDonald, Philip E. Mosely, Winfield W. Riefler, Lindsay Roger, Whitney H. Shepardson, William L. Shirer, George N. Shuster, Oscar C. Stine, Arthur Sweetser, Max W. Thornburg, Jacob Viner, John K. Wright. POLITICAL GROUP Whitney H. Shepardson, Henry M. Wriston, Carter Goodrich, Walter Langsam, Walter R. Sharp, Frank Altschul, Hamilton Fish Armstrong, James P. Baxter, Charles W. Cole, John Foster Dulles, Maj. George Fielding Eliot, Thomas K. Finletter, Carger Goodrich, William L. Langer, Owen Lattimore, Dwight E. Lee, Francis P. Miller, Philip E. Mosely, Lindsay Rogers, Nicholas Roosevelt, David N. Rowe, James T. Shotwell, Arthur Sweetser, Payson W. Wild, Henry M. Wriston. pg 22; Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, Annotated, Editorial Sponsors John Chamberlain, Sidney B. Fay, John Gunther, Carlton J. H. Hayes, Graham Hutton, Alvin Johnson, William L. Langer ( OSS - Research and Analysis Branch Chief ), Walter Millis, and Raoul de Roussy de Sales, George N. Shuster (CFR - Army Intelligence - CFR War and Peace Studies ), Reynal & Hitchcock, New York (1940), Introduction pg ix

[3] Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, Annotated, Editorial Sponsors John Chamberlain, Sidney B. Fay, John Gunther, Carlton J. H. Hayes, Graham Hutton, Alvin Johnson, William L. Langer ( OSS - Research and Analysis Branch Chief ), Walter Millis, and Raoul de Roussy de Sales, George N. Shuster (CFR - Army Intelligence - CFR War and Peace Studies ), Reynal & Hitchcock, New York (1940), Introduction pg ix; Harry Rositzke, The CIAís Secret Operations Espionage, Counterespionage and Covert Action, Imperial Book, Sound & Gift Company (tel:5917633), Lin Kou Book(tel:5511565), Sound & Gift Company, PO Box 3751 Taipei, 1977, pgs 221-222


[5]Dictionary of American Biography, Supplement Ten, Charles Scribnerís Sons, New York, 1981, pg. 432;

[6]Dictionary of American Biography, Supplement One, Charles Scribnerís Sons, New York, 1981, pg. 734-736;

[7]Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, Annotated, Editorial Sponsors John Chamberlain, Sidney B. Fay, John Gunther, Carlton J. H. Hayes, Graham Hutton, Alvin Johnson, William L. Langer ( OSS - Research and Analysis Branch Chief ), Walter Millis, and Raoul de Roussy de Sales, George N. Shuster (CFR - Army Intelligence - CFR War and Peace Studies ), Reynal & Hitchcock, New York (1940), pg 994 Conclusion