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Approved For Release 1999/09/09 : CIA-RDP82-00457RO10000130007-3 COUNTRY Thile CLASSIFICATION ___ uIVrJKIVIA l 1UN REPORT CD NO. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AQE NCYTION REPORT NO SUBJECT Anti-Communist Groups of White Russians and Satellite Nationals in Chile. 5c 47u- = , 25X1A DATE DISTR. NO. OF PAGES 4 There follows a summary of available information on the better known anti-Communist organizations in Chile formed by White Russians and anti-Communist satellite nationals. I Russian A. White Russian Groups 1. White Russian Union in Chile (Union de los Rusos en Chile, Hogar de los Rusos, Savez Ruso u Chileno) Address: Alameda 1977, Santiago Officers: President: V4dim Federov Vadim Federov Vice President: Georgie Sreter Second Vice President: Konstautin Kurakin _T-~-.- - ~ -~ Secretary: (fnu) Peretakovic 0 treasurer: Jeveenije Sikacev 0110,11 irectors: Pauzen Dimitrije Val in Urban Jake Bublik Aleksej Rodzevic Jurime Vetnjakov Remarks: This organization is rexbrtedly of a social and religious nature: a Russian Orthodox Church functions at the same location. It is believed to be completely anti-Communist, and an investigation of its Directorate reveals that it is composed of strongly anti-Communist individuals. The White Russian Union takes a militant and active anti-Coa> nist stand, an example of which occurred at a meeting FBI CLASSIFICATION 1-1 Approved For Release 1999/09/09 : CIA-RDP82-00457RO10000130007-3 Approved For Release 1999/09/09 : CIA-RDP82-00457R010000130007-3 II 25X1 A CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY _ called in November 1950 by Vadim Federov, president of the organization, and attended by antiti>Communist Rumanians, :._. Serbs, Yugoslavs, Poles,. Hungarians, and Czechs. A program .was devised whereby the anti-Communist representatives of all those nationalities might take a common position in the fight against Communism. A representative of Chilean "Investigaciones" was present. No effective results of this meeting were subsequently noted, but it appeared evident that the White Russian Union was the leader of the anti-Communist sections of the "Eastern" groups in Chile. 2. Union of the White Russian Youth (Udruzenje Ruske Omladine) nt+ership: 60 members Address: Believed to be the same ate that of the White Russian Union. Officers: President: Vice President: Secretary: Treasurer: Nikola Jurlov, member of the Solidarists, 22 years old. Boris A ndeni Solidarist member Boris Gauzen, Solidarist member Vitalije Apostolov, Solidarist member Directors: Valerije Balkavski Merena Ilagaj, Solidarist member Kira Kurakina, Solidarist member Objectives: This group promotes the study of Russian language, history, and geography. It also organizes sports and social events. It is closely allied to and under the control of the Soli- darists, another anti-'Communist group. Cossack Union (Union de los Cosacos or Sociedad de los Cosacos en Chile) Membership: 20 members Foreign Ties: Connected with a similar organization in Buenos Aires and with its principal office in New York. Officers: President: Jevdenije Balabin, elderly Russian, not very active Vice President:&/ (fnu) Sevjakov, a wealthy pharmacist who was considered pro-Communist during World War II but is now believed to have changed. CONFIDENTIAL Approved For Release 1999/09/09 : CIA-RDP82-00457R010000130007-3 Approved For Release 1999/09/09 : CIA-RDP82-00457R010000130007-3 25X1A CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE'-AGENCY -3- `g reign Ties: Officials in Chile: Objectives: 5. Monarchists II Satellite Groups A. Czechoslovakia 1. Czechoslov Address: Officials: Partial List of Members: This organization is relatively inactive. Its president, Jevdenije Balabin, is also the president of other small, unimportant anti-Communist White Russian groups, such as the U ion de los I.nvalidos, the Union de los Guerreros, and the .tion de las Organizaciones Zaristas. The ultimate result of these small groups is a weakening of the effective- ness of the other anti-Communist Russian organizations. This international organization does not exist legally in Chile .jiut Solidarist members there are in contact with thpifiead office in Frankfurt, Germany, and with oth 15ranches. They anticipate an organization of the Chilean branch on a more practical basis soon. It is at present the most active and most anti-Communist of the Russian organizations in Chile. There have been some indications that the Communists have penetrated this organization. Representative: Replae ent: To fight Communism USSR. Aleksej Nikolaevich Rodzevich Nikolaj Jurkov by running agents and saboteurs into the President: Jevremije Siljdknecht Members: Nikola Bibikov Konstantin Kurakin Sergije Drinjevic Limited, and consists solely of elderly pro.Czar Russians. A year ago-it broke relations with its principal organiza- tion in Munich, Germany, and since that time the Santiago branch has been practically inactive, id Society in Chile (Centro Checoeslovaco de Ayuda en Chile) Calle Merced 297, 3rd floor, Santiago President: Otto Lang-Popper, Calle Merced 297 Secretary-Treasurer: Brahumil (Vaclav) Messany Hrdina, former Czech-diplomat in London. Ladislav Gratz Neista, Calle Gumerlinde 965, Santiago; Eugenio Voticky, Calle Merced 276, Office G; Approved For Release 1999/09/09 : CIA-RDP82-00457R010000130007-3 Approved For Release 1999/09/09 : CIA-RDP82-00457RO10000130007-3 25X1A CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY CO NFIDENTIAI, ..,1 ., Antonio Stranscky. All are considered to be anti-Communist. Objectives: To help anti.,Communist Czech immigrants to get settled in Chile. Otto Lang-Popper's wife has been active in this work. The group sometimes organizes social gatherings of its members-at the Czech restaurant at Monjitas 583, Santiago. History: The Czech Aid Society was founded in 1946 by the anti- ~. P0,b11ndd Communist members.of the National Czech Committee in Chile, which It had few members until 1948 when; many anti-Communist refugees arrived in Chile from Czechoslovakia. 1. Polish Union (Union Polaca) Officials: President: Secretary: Wojciech Pszczolkowski Remarks: This anti-Communist Polish group has made frequent attempts to repudiate the Circulo de Amigos de Polonia, the pro-Communist organization in Santiago. 2. Polish Ex..Combatants Association (Circulo de Esc-Combatientes Polacos) Officials: President: Remarks: Another Polish anti-.Communist group which works closely with the 'Union Polaca? C. Hungary 1. National Hungarian Committee Chilean Representative: Col. Ekneric Rokay Schmid Remarks: This organization appears not to be active. It is said to be anti-Communist, and Rokay, together with his close associate, the former Hungarian diplomat, Francois Rosty-Forgach, appeam to be anxious to fight Communism in Chile. E. Yugoslavia There is no.known anti-Communist Rumanian organization in Chile. However, there area number of anti-Communist Rumanians who are not organized.. No Yugoslav anti-Communist organization, either anti.,. Stalin or anti-Tito, is known to exist in Chile, Approved For Release 1999/09/09 : CIA-RDP82-00457RO10000130007-3