American Labor Committee to Aid British Labor

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Formation 1941

The American Labor Committee to Aid British Labor (ALCABL) was a vehicle for US trade union supporters of Britain prior to US entry into the Second World War. According to Special Operations Executive agent Sydney Morrell it was a British controlled front.[1]

ALCABL was organised in March 1941, during a US visit by the TUC's Sir Walter Citrine. Thomas E. Mahl suggests that its chairman, Matthew Woll may have been a British intelligence contact.[2]

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References

  1. Thomas E. Mahl, Desperate Deception, Brassey's 1999, p.24.
  2. Thomas E. Mahl, Desperate Deception, Brassey's 1999, p.32.


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