Joseph Fels Barnes

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Joseph Barnes was with the Institute for Pacific Relations (IPR) from 1931 to 1934, after which he joined the New York Herald-Tribune, serving as Moscow correspondent, then in Berlin, and from 1939 to 1948, as foreign editor. Herald-Tribune to become co-publisher of the pro-Communist newspaper called the New York Star. Barnes was an extreme pro-Communist on Chinese affairs. Whittaker Chambers stated CPUSA underground apparatus head Josef Peters informed him Barnes was a member of the Communist underground.[1] During World War II Barnes worked for the Office of War Information.[2]

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  1. Tanenhaus, Sam (1997). Whittaker Chambers: A Biography. Modern Library, p. 456-457. ISBN 0-375-75145-9.
  2. While You Slept : Our Tragedy in Asia and Who Made It, John T. Flynn, New York : The Devin - Adair Company, 1951, pgs. 73, 79 pdf.
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