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Approved For Release 2000/08/03 : CIA-RDP78-009.15R001100060003-0 "rlRXA-C. ; dAARCIWS" - A NEW WPS, TACTIC have ;gained a great deal of pubiict rid Peace Council (WPC) ousted from View is tional peace ing the "peace marches" that are now in rid Peace h ement. Those apona caupaign a on for wh4ch the WPC i pacifist groups and t vidual $* rche#, the tactical** farn? ed coU boration with the tiP( Peace (l} ... poltctes by man ling the baste pu' * spectacular rch*s have been the Britain at Lasater time 195 r We Against Atomic Death" in the, sam country to June 1959, mad the der as rahee, such as the "Wrch an Washington' the r cb of a gran of American* across Puerto Ric to protest against US alit bases there, have also been ly publicised b the WPC C aunnunist press organs. The attack* is tatended to stimulate the organization of at ,arches throughout the world. in station at Aldermaston. awes carried some 1 000 Loners to the site msrcb bog=. tacIu4tr g Jean Bernal. Chairman of the W PC President Con ttee and Vice Present of th r from the Vienna headquarters of the Approved For Release 2000/08/03 : CIA-RDP78-00915RO01100060003-0 Approved For Release 2000/08/03 : CIA-RDP78-00915RO01100060003-0 4 Federation of Scientific Workers, D.N. P'ritt WPC. 'scent Dancan-Jonos, he WPC Secretariat in Vie li, Jim ardner, Ray Gore and William tly active in Col The WPC a coed, ms ion of these marches was shared by the British ist front International Assocta ti President the British Peace Peace Cocotte 0.000 peep us with a membership of a wn the June "March for ire Against Atomic Death". Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and *the r anti- nuclear x ttees but It wtU be found the PC a ivists form a vocal part of these committees. The "Peace Pilgrimages to Hiroshi rive least 15, 000. per. Various marches started, em the remotest Islands o Zapan well ahead of time and will converge on Hiroshima at the time of the 5th o _ Caderonce Against Atomic and Hydrogen hell on the anniversary a t in August 1%S- Approved For Release 2000/08/03 :2CIA-RDP78-00915R001100060003-0 Approved For Relejse 2000/08/03 : CIA-RDP78-00915RO01100060003-0 conducive to bringing about peace ~ es. . People .o *nth* xnarches make the pixbitc aware the true an of Soviet imper' e. However, every possible mean* Id be made scquat t with the background the Organizers, the bistory of the *PC as an Ustmment pert policy, and the ovt.*t deeftnMon of "Peace" ae that caa prevrafl only after capitalism has been banished frn the earth. Approved For Release 2000/08/03 : CIA-RDP78-00915RO01100060003-0 Approved For Release 2000/08/03 : CIA-RDP78-0091.5R001100060003-0 INTERNATIONAL INSTITUT FOR PEA CC ? z S. WIN IV. A*AUI^ T . . 65 64 37 Lad. 65 65 39 . 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Approved For Release 2000/08/03 : Cjj-RDP78-00915R001100060003-0 Approved For Release 2000/08/03 : CIA-RDP78-00915RO01100060003-0 outline marches" th gained a gre policies of Because many the WPC., here implication purpose for Easter time and 1959, the march of a g been extens attached let The fou at Aldermast John Bernal, World Feder P tion of Demo Secretariat i former SecrE Communist prc 41300 PE singing and p Vans were pro The marchers arrival at tb Women's Carav ticular)y lar 4W "W proved For,elease, 2000/08/03 : CIA-RDP78-00915R001100060003-0 e name used in Vienna for the World Peace Council (WPG) since that organization T AA as vC` ! c l, v ched letter from the Vienna headquarters of the International Institute for Peace y ousted from Vienna in 1957 - - # t _in full-be~ a of a detailed ins-;;for national peace committees to follow in organizing the " peace t are now in vogue in the World reace Movement. These " peace marches" have t deal of publicity for the WPC anti-nuclear weapons campaign and for the for he Soviet union kRgxtx mf which the WPC is an outlet. bonefide pacifist groups and individuals whohad resisted collaboration with ofor6 have been drawn into these marches, the tactic also furnishes an f support for Soviet policies by many non-Communists, thus fulfilling the basic hich the WPC was created. he more spectacular marches have been the It Aldermaston March " in Britain at 959, the It March for Life Against Atomic Death " in the same country in June iroshima Pilgrimages". Other marches, such as the"`larch on WashingtonI* and the oup of Americans across Puert&Rico in protest US military bases there, have 4 vely publicized in the WPC Bulletin and other Communist press organs. The er obviously is intended to stimulateti'other such marches throughout the world. -day Easter 'larch in Britain began on Good Friday at the nuclear research station n. Buses carried some 1000 Londoners to the Aite where the march began, including Chairman of the WPC Presidential Committee and Mice President of the Communis Communist tion of Scientific Workers, D.N. Pritt, President of t he1Internaional esident of the British reace Committee Associa- ratio Dwyer s and member of the WPC,` `incept Duncan-Jones, member of the WPC Vienna, Jim Gardner, Secretary of the British Peace Committee, and two of its taries, Roy Gore and William Wainwright, all of whom are militantly active in jects. ople started out from Aldermaston carrying banners, posters, even babies, laying musical instruments on the 53-mile walk to Trafalgar Square in London. ided for sleeping bags and luggage, towns taken over for dormitories at night. swelled to 15000 enroute and another 1000 people greeted them upon their k Square. Special groups theater/ ,_ar6hitects, musicians, teachers, the , for Peace, students, labor, foreigners and churches took part; there were par- e groups of Quakers. p proved For Release 2000/08/03 : CIA-RDP78-00915RO01100060003-0 Approved For Rele'e 2000/08/03 : CIA-RDP78-009 vM001100060003I-0 The, WPC claimed that 30,000 people representing organizations with a membersiip of a ook - he " h _ t is t - V v U UV arc t or Lace Against At The organization of these marches was shared by the British Campaign for Nucle and other anti-nuclear committees but it will be found tat WPC activists form of these committees. The It Peace Pilgrimages to Hiroshima" are expected to involve at least 15 f th rom e remotest isld; J ans oapan Various marches startedVwell aheadt'a d will converge on Hiroshima at the lime World Conference Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs, traditionally held on the the bomb drop on Hiroshima in August}9 /-rf It is needless to enlarge on the purpose of these " peace marches" because cam t &-54A o discoid age defense of th Tr wldd eeeor an of weapon against the expansion of SoWlet imperialism is already well known. Ho possible means should be taken to make the public aware of the true motivation marches. People who join the marches belieivng that they are conducive to brio peace should be made acquainted with the background of the organizers, the his WPC as an instrument of Soviet policy, and the Soviet definition of It peace" a that can prevail only after capitalism has been banished from the earth. 000 people. f the 5th nive csary of the Soviet r effective ver, every of the ing about ory of the a condition Approved For Release 2000/08/03 : CIA-RDP78-00915RO0110006000 Ap ~t IN ?SL&PSAT& k""" ak