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The third area of concern was the recognition that Britain, as an occupying power in Germany, would have to face serious confrontation with communist and pro-Russian trades union efforts in their occupation zones. They hoped to use the labour unity of the WFTU to assuage these problems. Citrine demanded that the WFTU keep on the staff of the IFTU and fought against moving the headquarters to Paris, but to no avail. Shortly after, the General Council of the WFTU met to elect a general secretary.
The communists were severely embarrassed and were losing support. They first sought to gain lost ground by arranging a merger with the Social Democrats; a merger agreed to by Fierlinger but rejected by others in the party. These ousted Fierlinger, supplanting him by Bohumil Lausman. The other parties drew together into a National Front. In the face of attacks by Klement Gottwald's Communist Party the National Front resisted. Through their control over the Ministry of the Interior the communists kept discovering 'plots' against the regime; plots which tried to discredit the other parties.
Recognising the key role oflabour in Latin American policies and needing the support of Gompers in Europe, the President of the US, Wilson, granted money and support to the AFL for its overseas work and for the PAFL in particular. On 17 July 1918 the AFL leaders met with the Secretary of Labour, the head of the War Labour Policies 34 Political Role of International Trades Unions Board, the Committee on Public Information chief, and the head of the American Alliance for Labour and Democracy. The AFL and these Administration leaders approved the plans for the PAFL and allocated government money to assist its formation.