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September 27, 1951
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CLASSIFICATION CSC D/~ 25X1A l It' an [_OFP 7_ CFI t' tGL-"NCE AGENCY REPORT NO. 1t4F M TIO REPORT COUNTRY Asia SUBJECT Formation of Joint Command for 25X1A 25X1A FE F ENCLS. BELOW) DO NOT CIRCULATE S(EPPLEMENT TO 25X1X REPORT NO. RE ffif fOILOWINO HEfoHI WAS 1 ft010MS-! DISTRIBUTED AS "CIA ?REUMI 5X1, SO OISSEVIVATION NDM+f$E$ 1. The formation of an Allied Liberation Power for Asia was discussed at a special meeting of the Asian Cozninform beginning 1? August. The meeting lasted seven days. Present were Coitninist representatives from 13 nations including China. India, Japan, North Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, Pakistan, Indonesia, Ida, and the Philippines. The Allied Liberation Power decided to establish six major operational theaters as follows% a. Central China. b. Northeast Theater (Manchuria and Korea). c. Japan (Headquarters in South Sakhalin and North Korea). d. South Asia Theater (Thailand, Burma, Vietnam, etc.). f. South Pacific Theater (Philippines, Indonesia, etc.). India (India, Pakistan, Ceylon, etc.). 2. The Pourer will set up x joint ., u-I ions board to handle the ?rod uctton and distribution of supplies, which urill be coordinated by the Soviet Far astern Army Logistical Cor ici. Headquarters. The headquarters of the board will bo at Chian (126-10, 41-07). Tch member nation will have representatives on the board. The Japanese Communist are assigned the task of smoggli g Japanese technicians out of Japan in order to build factories and operate in Cl i-azi and other areas. Document No. 1-0 ------------------ No Change In Class. F-1 OsOnns red 77t: TS S -2 By; --~-4 --- STATE MU4Y RtA~tY --f ~( t~SRE3 ~-- (STRf UTl4N d!~itYf: I .M. iT +aR !! C~ra , TT. liF~~C'_1 7?' b P`f1At1 T+' ~ 12 _MI4r_-!S AT, MT.. A.TP k T' 2M RETUM'q TO RECO:WS L ;.t, I'EI. AFTER US Approved For Release 2000/06/08 : CI -I QP82-00457R0088000900t0-9 Approved For Release 2000/06/08: CIA-RDP82-00457R008800JR CD NO. DATE DISTR. 27 Sept. 1951 NO. OF PAGES 2 I. i _ Approved For Release 2000/06/08 : CIA-RDP82-00457R008800090010-9 MaURAWLIGTIMM, AGTMCY 3. Chinese diet pro nda from Peiping. in mid sguat. stated that the signing of the American-Japanese Peace Treaty would bring about hostile relationships between the Chinese Communists and Japan. The Chinese Commwitst take the treaty as another step in the American Invasion of Asian In connection with Chinese Co-ist determination to stake strong action against Japanese reactionaries" P the Asian Cominform has appealed to member nations to prepare means to take the following action when required by the world situationo a. Dispatch troops for the South Allied Liberation Power for Asia. (sic) b. Maintain an economic blockade of Japan,. Boycott Japanese goods. a. Sever diplomatic relations with Japan. 4. In late A st the Chinese Communist Government was still recruiting troops for the Army because of the Korean War. The Chinese Communists state that the Korean liar is a direct threat to China and blame au internal failures on the United Nations and the Korean War. Many American prisoners of war are being used in Peiping for prow purposes. Approved For Release 2000/06/08 : CIA-RDP82-00457R008800090010-9