SCCWP - Sponsors' Support of the Soviet Union

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Supporters of the Soviet Union who were sponsors of the Scientific and Cultural Conference for World Peace as listed in the Review of the Scientific and Cultural Conference for World Peace which was published by the Committee on Un-American Activities, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., on April 19, 1949.[1]

Contents

Meeting to greet the Soviet constitution, 1936

Endorses Soviet constitution

Statement by American Progressives on the Moscow trials

Speaker or statement on Moscow trials

Soviet Russia Today - dinner celebrating twenty-fifth anniversary of Red Army

Speaker on twenty-sixth anniversary of Red Army

Celebration of twenty-seventh anniversary of the Soviet Union

Contributes letter on thirtieth anniversary of Soviet Union

Supported by Soviet Agencies, Press or Radio

Sends greetings on twenty-first anniversary of Russian Revolution

Signatory to Open letter for closer cooperation with the Soviet Union, 1939

Issued statement in support of the U.S.SR.

Published in the Soviet Russia Today, 1941

Sent greetings to the Soviet Union, 1942

Masses and Mainstream

Signer of open letter to Soviet writers, 1948

Signer of letter defending open letter to Soviet writers

Supporting Soviet Union versus current United States leadership

Signatory of statement published in the Literary Gazette, Moscow, 1948

Attacks the anti-Soviet film, "The Iron Curtain"

Sends greeting to Moscow Art Theatre, 1948

Guest at Soviet Embassy

Support of Soviet Union, Miscellaneous

Visits the Soviet Union

First American Delegation to U.S.S.R.

Russian Travel Department-Guide to Soviet Russia, 1937

Open Road to Soviet Russia-Tour conductor, 1937

Visits Soviet Union, miscellaneous

National Council of American-Soviet Friendship

Cited as subversive by the Attorney General

Members or Officers

Signers of Open letter to Mayor of Stalingrad, June 1943

Signers of Statement urging meeting between Truman and Stalin, October 16, 1947

Signers of Statement in praise of Wallace's open letter to Stalin, May 1948

Sends greetings to women of the Soviet Union, March 9, 1948

Sends greetings to women of the Soviet Union, March 8, 1949

Protest against anti-Soviet film, "The Iron Curtain"

Statement calling for conference with the Soviet Union, June 1948

Appeal to end the Cold War and arrange a conference with the Soviet Union

Signers of an appeal to the United States Government to end the cold war and arrange a conference with the Soviet Union, 1948

Urges Truman interview with Stalin, February 1949

Miscellaneous, signers of statements and speakers

American Council on Soviet Relations

Cited as subversive by the Attorney General

American Review of Soviet Medicine

American-Russian Institute

Cited as subversive by the California Committee on Un-American activities

American Society for Russian relief

American-Soviet Music Society

Affiliate of the National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, cited by the California Committee on Un-American Activities

Congress of American Soviet Friendship

Cited as a Communist front by Committee on Un-American Activities

Friends of the Soviet Union

Cited as subversive by the Attorney General

Golden Book of American Friendship with the Soviet Union

Cited as a Communist enterprise by Committee on Un-American Activities

Medical Aid to Russia

Russian War Relief

American Birobidjan Committee

Committee for Jewish Colonization in the Soviet Union

American Committee for Friendship with the Soviet Union

Cited as a Communist organization by the California Committee on Un-American Activities

American-Russian Music Publishers

Cited as subversive by the California Committee on Un-American Activities

American-Soviet Friendship Rally

American-Soviet Science Society

Affiliate of the National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, cited by the California Committee on Un-American Activities

Concert for Stalingrad Orphans

Delegation to the Soviet Union Meeting

Russian-American Society

Russian Victory Meeting

Soviet Russia Today

A publication cited as a Communist front by the Committee on Un-American Activities

May Day Parade

Organized and participated in by the following leading Communists who were also sponsors of the SCCWP Conference:

1938 Parade

1939 Parade

1946 Parade

1947 Parade

1948 Parade

References

  1. Review of the Scientific and Cultural Conference for World Peace by the Committee on Un-American Activities, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., April 19, 1949