National Committee for a Free Europe

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The National Committee for a Free Europe, later known simply as the Free Europe Committee, was established in New York in May 1949, with covert funding from the CIA's Office of Policy Coordination.[1]








  1. Hugh Wilford, Calling the Tune? The CIA, the British Left and the Cold War, Frank Cass, 2003, p.87.
  2. Syracuse University Press (2003) War of the Black Heavens.   Syracuse University Press. pp. 41 . ISBN 0815604793. "Dulles was briefly the first president of the Free Europe Committee"
  3. Head of Committee For a Free Europe. January 19, 1951.  New York Times
  4. Harold Miller, 89, Navy Publicist; Launched Planes From Dirigibles. May 18, 1992.  New York Times "He also was director of the Congressional Aviation Policy Board and president of the National Committee for Free Europe."

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