Military Cold War Education and Speech Review Policies: Hearings Before the Special Preparedness Subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, Eighty-seventh Congress, Second Session...
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Стр. 2440 - It is necessary to be able to withstand all this, to agree to any and every sacrifice, and even — if need be — to resort to all sorts of devices, manoeuvres, and illegal methods, to evasion and subterfuge, in order to penetrate into the trade unions, to remain in them, and to carry on Communist work in them at all costs.
Стр. 2218 - Military surveys and maps," and carries the funds for production and distribution of maps, map auxiliaries, geodetic data and engineer intelligence I should like to introduce Col. EG Lawton, Chief of the Map and Photo Branch, Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff, Intelligence, Department of the Army, who is prepared to discuss the requirements of the Army mapping program. Colonel LAWTON. Mr. Chairman, gentlemen, subproject 2141, "Military surveys and maps...
Стр. 2221 - The committee stands adjourned until 2 : 30. (Whereupon, at 12 :25 pm, the committee was adjourned, to reconvene at 2 : 30 pm the same day.) AFTERNOON SESSION The committee reconvened at 2 :30 pm, the Honorable Thomas E.
Стр. 2536 - The purpose of this offensive is the destruction of democratic institutions and the establishment of totalitarian dictatorships at the service of extracontinental powers. The outstanding facts in this intensified offensive are the declarations set forth in official documents of the directing bodies of the international communist movement, that one of its principal objectives is the establishment of communist regimes...
Стр. 2117 - ... weaken our defense position. It is equally important to avoid overclassification — when in doubt underclassify. In no event should overclassification be used to avoid public discussion of controversial matters.
Стр. 2363 - ... the people." . There are those who ridicule the masses and undermine resistance by wildly asserting that the people have no understanding of the war of resistance. The political goal must be clearly and precisely indicated to inhabitants of guerrilla zones and their national consciousness awakened. There are some militarists who say, "We are not interested in politics but only in the profession of arms.
Стр. 2361 - To accept battle at a time when it is obviously advantageous to the enemy and not to us is a crime ; and those political leaders of the revolutionary class who are unable "to tack, to manoeuvre, to compromise," in order to avoid an obviously disadvantageous battle, are good for nothing.
Стр. 2359 - In short, the Communists everywhere support every revolutionary movement against the existing social and political order of things. In all these movements they bring to the front, as the leading question in each, the property question, no matter what its degree of development at the time. Finally, they labor everywhere for the union and agreement of the democratic parties of all countries.
Стр. 2269 - ... necessary to increase their combat effectiveness. 9. The Commander in Chief and the Secretary of Defense must continue to receive the best professional military advice available to the leaders of any government in the world. The importance of a strong line of command running from the Commander in Chief to the Secretary of Defense and the Joint Chiefs of Staff to the unified and specified commanders in the field has been repeatedly demonstrated during recent years. The Secretary of Defense will...