CIS NO: 70-S522-2 TITLE: Amerasia Papers: A Clue to the Catastrophe of China, Vol. I. SOURCE: Committee on the Judiciary. Senate DOC TYPE: Print COLLATION: xx+946+li p. Index. DATE: Jan. 26, 1970 CONGRESS-SESSION: 91-1 SUDOC: Y4.J89/2:Am3/2/v1 LC CARD NO: 77-606906 MC ENTRY NO: 8414(70) Prepared by Dr. Anthony Kubek for the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws. Presents an interpretive historical survey of Kuomintang-Communist relations in the first half of the twentieth century; describes the seizure by the FBI of over 1700 documents, including many highly classified Government reports, from the offices of Amerasia magazine and the arrest of six Americans charged with conspiring to commit espionage; interprets the Amerasia case in connection with U.S. policy and attitudes toward China during World War II; and presents 168 of the Amerasia documents (texts p. 116-946), many hitherto unpublished, including translations of Chinese documents and official diplomatic and intelligence reports written from and about China. (For Volume II containing 147 additional documents, see S522-3.) CONTENT NOTATION: Amerasia espionage case DESCRIPTORS: KUBEK, ANTHONY; SUBCOM ON INTERNAL SECURITY. SENATE; DEPARTMENT.OF.STATE; FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION; SERVICE, JOHN S.; FOREIGN.RELATIONS; ESPIONAGE; DAVIES, JOHN P.