Cat.No: 288244 "Under cover" uncovered: Carlson (Derounian), alias George Pagnanelli, alias George Paige, alias Thomas L. Decker, alias John Correa, alias Rudolph Eibers, etc., etc., author of Under Cover, and his backers EXPOSED

"Under cover" uncovered: Carlson (Derounian), alias George Pagnanelli, alias George Paige, alias Thomas L. Decker, alias John Correa, alias Rudolph Eibers, etc., etc., author of Under Cover, and his backers EXPOSED

Washington DC: National Republic, 1943. Pamphlet. 18p. staplebound pamphlet, couple of tape repairs to small tears, paper toned.

For his best-selling book "Undercover," John Roy Carlson (pen name of Arthur Derounian) had posed as a far-right sympathizer in order to get access to the world of American fascism. This piece is a response, accusing him of duplicity, fabrication, and mixing "legitimate" far-right groups with Nazi sympathizers. Questions the author's own background, as an Armenian immigrant who allegedly supported Armenia's absorption into the USSR. Reprinted from the National Republic, August, 1943.

Cat.No: 288244

Price: $45.00