July 18, 1949
Untitled report on the Syrian Intelligence Services
Books from the Russian Commission critique the Marshall Project and US attempts to start a World War Three.
August 08, 1949
Untitled report on a meeting of Communist parties
A meeting of Communist Parties endorses future activities and plans to counter Turkish, Syrian, and other regional anti-communist plans.
August 15, 1949
Untitled report on Communist activities in Syria and Lebanon
Communists plot against Syria and Lebanon, including a publication exposing Syria's tyranny.
Networks Acting for the Russians
The locations of Russian centers and agents conducting popular activities and their strategies for propaganda. The iems the Russian Commission is tracking are also broached, including military munition in Beirut and the Syrian Republic.
September 01, 1952
Resolution of the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party (CC VKP(b))
The draft resolution of the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party (bolshevik) (CC VKP(b)) printed below sharply criticized Soviet media that "inadequately mobilize Soviet people to raise their vigilance against the intrigues of imperialist aggressors" with "pacifist arguments," that ignore the "aggressive measures and plans" of imperialism, and neglect "Marxism-Leninist teaching on the character, sources and causes of war."
The POW Scandal in Korea
According to A.B Carey, one of the lessons learned from fighting the Kremlin and its “communism” ideology is evidently seen amongst the Korean and Chinese prisoners of war. Both groups of POW not only disapprove of the communism but would also actively fight against it if they had the opportunity. Carey uses ten ideas which denounce the Kremlin as the one responsible for the lies and bellicosities during the Cold War. He also proceeds to demonstrate ways the free world can defeat this communist caucus.
Untitled report on a visit to the Communist Bloc
Extensive account of Cheab's visit to Budapest, Kiev, Moscow, Leningrad, Georgia, Bucharest, Sofia, and Plovdiv.
August 11, 1960
Journal of Soviet Ambassador to the DPRK A.M. Puzanov for 11 August 1960
Puzanov reveals to Kim I lSung that Khrushchev's visit to the Pyongyang has been postponed.
August 12, 1960
Journal of Soviet Ambassador to the DPRK A.M. Puzanov for 12 August 1960
Pak Seong-cheol and A.M. Puzanov discuss the publication of North Korean newspaper articles regarding the postponed visit of Khrushchev to the DPRK.
March 22, 1961
From the Journal of S.M. Kudryavtsev, 'Record of a Conversation with Prime Minister of the Republic of Cuba Fidel Castro Ruz, 21 February 1961'
At a screening of the film "Two Hours in the USSR," Kudryavtsev informs Fidel Castro that after analyzing the remnants of the US rockets handed over to the Soviets by the Cubans, Soviet scientists have determined that Soviet rocket technology is superior to that of the Us.
June 19, 1964
Prague Embassy Praises Radio Free Europe
In Airgram 556, the Prague Embassy again commends RFE but suggests further improvements in its broadcasts
East German Report on the Second Interkit Meeting in Berlin, January 1969
Report from the East German representatives on an Interkit meeting held 28-31 January, 1969. The group made recommendations for coordinating anti-Maoist propaganda to counter China's increasing anti-Sovietism.
March 18, 1979
CPSU CC Politburo Decisions on Afghanistan
CPSU CC Politburo Decisions on Afghanistan assigning roles to expose outside intervention in Afghanistan and to deal with the deteriorating situation
March 20, 1979
Meeting of Kosygin, Gromyko, Ustinov, and Ponomarev with Taraki in Moscow
Meeting of Kosygin, Gromyko, Ustinov, and Ponomarev with Taraki in Moscow to discuss the deterioration of the situation in Afghanistan and expressing Soviet support for Afghanistan.
KGB Active Measures in Southwest Asia in 1980-82
Materials provided by former KGB archivist Vasili Mitrokhin to CWIHP, following the publication of the Working Paper No. 40, "The KGB in Afghanistan." As with all Mitrokhin’s notes, his compilation on Soviet “active measures” in South and Southwest Asia is based on other smuggled-out notes and was prepared especially for CWIHP. Please read the Notes on Sources for information on the nature and limitations of these documents.