National Committee for a Free Europe
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.
- Allen Dulles 
- DeWitt Poole (1949 - 1951)
- Charles Douglas Jackson (1951 - 1952)
- Admiral Harold B. Miller (1952 - 1953) 
- Whitney Shepardson (1953 - 1956)
- General Willis D. Crittenberger
- Archibald Alexander
- John Richardson Jr. (1961 - 1968)
- Dwight D. Eisenhower | Henry Luce | Cecil B. DeMille | Lucius Clay | Gardner Cowles | Henry Ford II | Oveta Culp Hobby | Francis Spellman | John C. Hughes | Junkie Fleischmann | Arthur Schlesinger | Spyros Skouras | Darryl Zanuck
- DeWitt Poole - Executive Secretary
- Hugh Wilford, Calling the Tune? The CIA, the British Left and the Cold War, Frank Cass, 2003, p.87.
- 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"
- Head of Committee For a Free Europe. January 19, 1951. New York Times
- 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."