National Affairs: Look Good, That's Me!

In seining through the wartime rolls of the Office of Strategic Services, the Senate's Internal Security Subcommittee brought up a strange fish. He was George S. Wuchinich, who served as OSS liaison man with the Communist armies of Yugoslavia and China during the war, and achieved some postwar notoriety as pal of Red Boss Steve Nelson. In 1950 he was named before the House Un-American Activities Committee as one of 13 leading Communists in Pittsburgh.

Wuchinich was violent and rattled during his appearance last week. When Counsel Robert Morris asked about his OSS work, he curled his lip. "I think I did...

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