FEDERAL BUREAU OF -11\
PART 1 OF 4
.Tf.E 0' OF
55 AUG 61942
ND -1,3,40,6 17,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15, I,MIS,SRNC,PRN
July 22, 1942 -
SUBJECT is a Greek who was scheduled to depart from
Buenos Aires for - the U.S. on June 18 by PPnrir. He
is a part owner of the tankers "CeJliroyn and °Anti-
ope" which he hopes to sell to the War Shipping Ad-
ministration. The Embassy in'Buenos Aires has received
information from the Greek Minister that SUBJECT has
expressed sentiments inimical to the war efforts of
the United Nations and it is believed that his
while in the U.S. should bo observed.
Colonel, General Staff,
Asst. Executive Officer, M. I. S.
. 7, 5rEB 2 7 1 9112
0 FEB 17 43
Military Intelligence Service
Subject: Utter of TILm/&g/
Lt. Col. J. Edgar Hoover
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Department of Justice
The attached communications are forwarded for your informa•.•
tion and such action as you consider advisable.
For the Chief, Military Intelligence Service:
YAP- ■ •■.•
PANAMA REQU EST
MID 201. *mists, Aristoteles
(Office of Headquarters)
February lg. 1943.
Summary of Information: .
In regard to the subject applicant, the following information
is revealed in the recordA of the V.ID:
Information has been received that Subject, a'Greek, is reported
to have departed from Buenos Airee for the United States on June 18, 1942.
It is further reported thet,subjeet is pert owner of the tankers "Calliroy"
and "Antiope, whiohhe hopes to sell to the Yar Shipping Administration.
Information reveals that the Embassy in Buono: Aires has received