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Hilldring, John H. (1895-1974) Affidavit

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC06196.012 Author/Creator: Hilldring, John H. (1895-1974) Place Written: s.l. Type: Typed document Date: 13 March 1952 Pagination: 7 p.

Summary of Content: Signed by Hilldring and Karl R. Meinhardt (Notary Public). Addresses the "charges that have been made as to the loyalty of Herbert A. Fierst." Discusses Hilldring's relation to Fierst. Hilldring defends Fierst from all the charges and says that Fierst is not only loyal, but "he is also most effective, diplomatic, hardworking, and conscientious."

People: Meinhardt, Karl R
Fierst, Herbert A
Hilldring, John H., 1895-1974

Historical Era: 1945 to the Present

Subjects: Government and CivicsCommunismCold WarMilitary History

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