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Issued : M ■' t/^1968
Copy Ho.: JO^
1. 3ERGBJ IE2TS Ii"UAH KOSZULSH ("CANUCK") THROUGH JOHANNES
ST^L ( "DICKY")
2. OFPICSR, PAPAJfli; AND CZERNIN
3. CHECK ON KOZINBTs THROUGH PROFESSOR LEBEDENKO
4. KhAZAR REPORTS PERMISSION FOR [Bj5 VISIT] REFUSED TO
From NTJ TCKC
Nos.: 1039-1041 24th-25t v . July Sftfc
(4 rwr+ *«««■«-— ?onplete]
. 1. In tv- Utt *W — * h « p onan IWOTOT(HWhUL f SXIJ] (MnciT-r-ard
"CANUCK[KA!tUKJ',j, the tarector of PAT[ii], has trie* n&fttl tines tt t*t
in touch rtth 33G3J[iii]» SEIGEJ at first ignored [hin)[a] but recently toe.
correspondent Johannes 27GEI,[lCS;jf;e.S STTL ! ] (henceforward lf DICKX[DIKl] n )
told hia that CAIRO had pro-Russian sympathies and was seeking contact with
us - in view of this DICKI advised hia to Lake the acquaintance of S.[iv].
D.[t] said that ho had fcona C.[r..]'.7i] for three years, during which C.
had always sharply oritirlsod the Polish Fascists and had wanted to give up
his job but D. had advissd [hin][e] to rcnain at his post where, albeit
partially, ha could counteract Fascist propaganda. UaJdag use of bis oover[b],
SERGSJ oet C. throush the good offices cf D.. Having talked for a few cdnutos,
they agreed on another DaetUig alone. C. told SSRGBJ that he understood that
the future of his country depended upon friendly relations with us
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the estiW-hoent of good-neighbourly relations between POLAND and the USSR,
h« stated that, having thought over the full seriousness and the possible
consequences of his step, he was putting himself at our disposal and was
ready to give the Coonunists all the infornation he had and to consult us on
questions concerning his activities. C. emphasised that he could win our
confidence only by doods and [roali33d][a] that f?3 «ch rork D.'s
reoocnendotion was in our view insufficient. In reply he was told that we wel-
comed people well-disposed towards us and that naturally the proof of his
sincerity mold depe;;d upon hiaso-V .
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DISTRIBUTION (Continued overleaf]
- 2 - VNBF/T378
[Part II] C. said [2 groups unreoovered] * a s Staking out pro-Soviet Poles
[114 groups unreoovered]
[18 croups unrecoverable ]
[13 groups unreoovered]
SERCBJ is convinced that
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. Reoently one fact alone oonfiraed this. 0PPIO(0PITsEa][vii) [$
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, in a conversation oith OFFICER [4 groups unreoovered] he would aak[c] the
iPart III] Czechoslovak Minister PAPAKBK[viii) to put hin in touch Tilth SERGBJ. SERGBJ
has never met CZEBWH[ix], Having mentioned the surname of SERGBJ, Cs.[Ch,][x]
observed: "But he is in the sane* position hero as PAPANEKjisn't he?". (In the
CWJnTBY[STRANA][xi] everyone knows P.[xti] as the leader [EUKOVODim* ] of thi
Czechoslovak COHPI?nTION[KONKURSHTsIYa][xiii] in TffiE[TIR][xiv]),
k» At present it is impossible to propose leaving Cz,
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C. said that he aas born in WARSAW in 1899, his father being a teacher. In
1915 he went to relatives of the same noM in XhAR'XUV, KIEV and ODESSA. He
lived for a long tint in ENGLAND and finished his education at the University
of CHICAGO. [CjS Later] he worked as Deputy Director of Design for General
Motors and Crowley Radio. His last date of arrival here was Julj 1939. Please
check on C. and let us have your consent.
Bo. 577 HX[WJ][w]
[Part IV] Reference your 5251 [d].
In our No. 573ioj we stated that wo had decided to chock on KOZINETs[xvi]
through Professor I£BEDEHKD[xvii], Se shall telegraph the results and con-
clusions in good time.
No. 579 MAT
Further to our telegram No. 567(f)
PmBWVICh[xviii] has been refused permission to [# visit][2 groups
unreoovered] BART, according to KhAZAR[idxj there is no ohanoe of leaving at
No. 580 HAY
d [Continued overleaf J
« /™» j_i-_«
Motes: [a] Insortod, by the translator.
[b] Literal^ "in the line of cover".
[c] or "... he is asking/he till ask".
[d] Jfct r.vailable.
[a] m YORK'S Ho. 102) of 21st July 1944 (3/NBF/T459) .
[f ) MOT YORK'S No. 1016 of 20th July 1944 (J/NBF/T377).
Coaaents: [i] VIKTOR: U, Gen, P.U. PITH*.
Polska Agencja Telegrafna = Polish
3 EXE J:
Vladimir Scrgeevich PRAVDIN, TASS
representative in the USA.
i.e. SEltGEJ (see ooooent [iii]).
Unidentified covernaoe. Also occurs in
NET YORK cessages between 6th June 1943 and
25th July 1944.
Jan PAPANEK, Minister Plenipotentiary and
Director Czechoslovak Information Service,
NEW YORK CITY, froa 1942.
Count Ferdinand CZERNIN, an Austrian amber
of the European Council of the Free World
Association forned in 1943 in USA.
i.e. CZERNIN (soe consent [ix]).
United States of AUERICA.
i.e. PAPANEK (see cooaent [viii]).
Non-Soviet intelligence organisation.
NEW YORK CITY.
Stepan Zakharovich APHBSYaH, Soviet Vice-
Consul in NEW YORK.
Probably Vasilij K. KOZINETs who left the
U.S.A. in late 1944.
Vladimir VUdiuirovich LEBEDZNKQ,
Professor of surgery, XOSCOff University;
member of Soviet Purchasing Coaaission
in the U.S.A.
Probably Franco KERIHOVICh, oroer of the
Atlas Trading Corporation in NOT TORS CITY ,
Unidentifiod covornane. Also occurs in
m YORK'S Ho. 913 of 27th June 19U*
0/KBP/T1396), Ho. 1tH6 of 20th July 1944
(3/NBP/T377), Ho. 1397 of 4th October 1944
(3/NBF/T22) and Ho. 1508 of 23rd Octobor