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BACKGROUND The House Committee on Un-American Activities grew out of other temporary committees created to investigate Nazi propaganda and Communist influence in the U.
Noble, an American interred by both Germany and the Soviet Union, whose writing includes much information on foreign prisoners; and Nicholas Prychodko, a Ukrainian arrested and imprisoned for 21 months, who testified before the House Committee on Un-American Activities.
Investigations of actors and actresses and the ``Hollywood Ten'' were conducted by the House Committee on Un-American Activities.
Exhibit areas in the library trace the genesis of Nixon's political career: his victory in a local Congressional race (1946), his zeal as a member of the House Committee on Un-American Activities, his mud-slinging victory over Helen Gahagan Douglas for one of California's U.
In 1949, former Communist Manning Johnson (who had been in the party from 1930 to 1940, but then became an ardent anti-Communist) was called to testify before the House Committee on Un-American Activities, which was conducting a series of hearings entitled "Communist Infiltration of Minority Groups.
The House Committee on Un-American Activities was misidentified as ``the House Un-American Activities Committee'' to give the impression that the House of Representatives was un-American.
The committee's actual name was "House Committee on Un-American Activities.
Richardson Northridge Hollywood blacklisting The Hollywood Ten brought on their own blacklisting by failing to cooperate and be truthful with the House Committee on Un-American Activities.