Conrad K. Grieb

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Conrad K. Grieb (June 30, 1905 - March 1, 1991) was the author Uncovering the Forces for War. In the late 1930s he was office manager of Seward Collins' American Review Bookshop in New York.[1] During the war he served with the United States Coast Guard.[2]


  • Justice, Like Charity, Begins at Home - An Open Letter to President Truman (1945)
  • Uncovering the Forces for War (1947)
  • The Balfour Declaration, Warrant for Genocide, (A Disestablishmentarian publication) (1972)


  1. Under Cover, by John Roy Carlson, page 161
  2. The Plotters, by John Roy Carlson, page 159