Americans for Peace

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Americans for Peace was a nationalist anti-war organization founded by Horace Haase in March 1942. The group attempted to build upon the success and membership of the America First Committee which chose to disband after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The group issued a bulletin called America's Hope. The July 24, 1942 issue of America's Hope said the publication was temporarily suspended.[1]

Americans for Peace offices were located at 1165 Broadway in Manhattan. The group disbanded in late 1944.


An organization of rank and file Americans united for effectiveness in voicing their desire for peace, freedom and independence for all mankind and for the preservation of American institutions through the establishment of the security only a just peace can bring.[2]


  1. "Draft Evader Haase Divorced", Brooklyn Eagle, January 20, 1943, page 3
  2. Under Cover, by John Roy Carlson, page 281

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