CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY. C.
Fe*>rel BureoA ef -Jnvest Ration
V. G. wyna= Assistant BJj
. Ulick (also
0"c,equgEtspforaatlor. vcj My have on an Lidivid^ Vy the ab?v* hs/ae, esld tc.itizer.. Thenforratio-of doubtful evaluation la known concerninr Subject.
1 Subjecttewher of an extremist ri^rit-wlns vernar. group, expressing his desire to further his cer.ts.etsraen Fascists. Ee stated that heember of the American Red "rose, arrived in Breaerhaver. on1 with andivision, end was at present stationed ir. jywnheiri. Ft holds ?e1 2rosaC%er thef Frar::is 7.
3- He iso be fairly well known in extreme rlc>tist circles* "oy his pen name Uliek Varange, under viich he published the paper 'Bet -Ajmstia-Atlor. of Icodonytf the liberation Frontookfelon; withpember of the lunatic fringe of sritish richt-ving polities'. Subject is the co-founder of tbe publication
Iteration Front, published in Kar.chester. Subject stated that he intends to purchase -ermn identification papers. It la said that Subject eeve the impresBlon of being somethingrank.
k. In the middle of Septemberubjectone meeting of rlrjht-ving Italian Faaelsts using the name of Ulik Varenge. Subject stated he vas an American oitlxen and. S. passport (number not available). He brought with him eeveral letters of introduction froa foreign Fascists, among them Oswald Mosley.
5. At the September Rome meeting Subject apoke at considerable length about Mb own Fascist tendencies andopyook
Luc -vhich he claimed to have written. -Be stated that while
LS'/nV durtDS the var'Illness whilet San Francisco, in order to avoid fight ins efiainst the Japanese, which
claimed to hare repeated this performance and to have eventually been le' out of the Areyellow Diecharge.
Distribution: The Assistant Chief ofeportnent of the Anay
*ffce Secretary of State