Russian War Relief

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Russian War Relief (also known as the Russian War Relief Fund) was an alleged Communist front group, circa 1944.[1] According to a 1943 FBI report, the group was “infiltrated with known Communists, Communist leaders, fellow travelers, and front organizations.”[2] The chairman of Russian War Relief was Edward C. Carter, chairman of the National Committee for Medical Aid to the Soviet Union,[3] a member of the Executive Committee of the American Russian Institute[4] and secretary general of the Institute of Pacific Relations.[5][6]


  1. List of Comintern Affiliate Organizations
  2. FBI file: Institute of Pacific Relations, Vol. 1, p. 3 (PDF page 7)
  3. Ibid., PDF page 32
  4. Ibid.
  5. Ibid., p. 7 (PDF page 3)
  6. Mark LaRochelle, The Education and Research Institute, 2007.