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Department of State Intelligence Note Regarding Italian Communists and the Czech Crisis
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Contains documents addressing reactions to the Warsaw Pact Forces’ invasion of Czechoslovakia from a variety of countries, including reactions from Italian Communists and various “Third World” countries as assessed by the CIA. Issues with US accepting Czech refugees are addressed, including funding requirements, and memos to President Johnson recommend accepting these refugees as a move that will be popular with the United States’ general population. Also includes a CIA memo that details how the USSR's invasion of Czechoslovakia has affected the Communist movement worldwide, highlighting how divisions between parties were exacerbated by the invasion, along with documents detailing economic effects of the invasion of Czechoslovakia.