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Erasmus H. Kloman

Corporate Executive

IBM Corporation

HQ Phone:  (914) 499-1900

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IBM Corporation

1 New Orchard Rd

Armonk, New York,10504

United States

Company Description

IBM is a globally integrated technology and consulting company headquartered in Armonk, New York. With operations in more than 170 countries, IBM attracts and retains some of the world's most talented people to help solve problems and provide an edge for busin...more

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CIA Document Suggests U.S. Lied About Biological, Chemical Weapon Use In The Korean War | The Public Record

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The July 6 meeting was attended by Craig, Wallace Irvin, Jr., Erasmus Kloman, and Richard L. Sneider.
In a brief telephone exchange I had with Mr. Kloman on November 18, he confirmed he had been with the PSB. He had no memory of the meeting in question, but told me he had been "the principal man on psychological warfare. Ill, and in a nursing home, Kloman declined answering any more questions. He is the only living member of the group who met that summer day 60 years ago. Kloman had been a World War II Office of Strategic Services operative. He wrote a book about his experiences. An online biography states that Kloman also served in "the Central Intelligence Agency, Department of State, and Foreign Policy Research Institute at Penn, and as a corporate executive for AMAX and IBM. But, Kloman bemoaned, the NAS committee had "accomplished very little of substance. A letter he wrote to support Long's analysis was, according to Kloman, "pitched in an extremely low key - so much so as to be of dubious effect. The State Department sent a "circular airgram," written by Kloman, to US embassies in all the countries represented by the ISC (Italy, France, Brazil, UK, Sweden), asking them to find scientists to refute ISC's report. But the U.S. was having very little luck. Even the British "were pleasant but did nothing." Kloman was perturbed but somewhat understanding. The ISC scientists were, he said, "politics aside... highly competent people." Mr. Kloman observed that US policy, while favoring the proposal for an on-the-spot investigation, does not favor an actual investigation. One reason for this, he said, is the feeling of the military that an investigating commission would inevitably come across the 8th Army preparations or operations (e.g. chemical warfare) which, if revealed, could do us psychological as well as military damage.


CIA Document Suggests U.S. Lied About Biological, Chemical Weapon Use In The Korean War | The Public Record

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The July 6 meeting was attended by Craig, Wallace Irvin, Jr., Erasmus Kloman, and Richard L. Sneider.
In a brief telephone exchange I had with Mr. Kloman on November 18, he confirmed he had been with the PSB. He had no memory of the meeting in question, but told me he had been "the principal man on psychological warfare. Ill, and in a nursing home, Kloman declined answering any more questions. He is the only living member of the group who met that summer day 60 years ago. Kloman had been a World War II Office of Strategic Services operative. He wrote a book about his experiences. An online biography states that Kloman also served in "the Central Intelligence Agency, Department of State, and Foreign Policy Research Institute at Penn, and as a corporate executive for AMAX and IBM. But, Kloman bemoaned, the NAS committee had "accomplished very little of substance. A letter he wrote to support Long's analysis was, according to Kloman, "pitched in an extremely low key - so much so as to be of dubious effect. The State Department sent a "circular airgram," written by Kloman, to US embassies in all the countries represented by the ISC (Italy, France, Brazil, UK, Sweden), asking them to find scientists to refute ISC's report. But the U.S. was having very little luck. Even the British "were pleasant but did nothing." Kloman was perturbed but somewhat understanding. The ISC scientists were, he said, "politics aside… highly competent people." Mr. Kloman observed that US policy, while favoring the proposal for an on-the-spot investigation, does not favor an actual investigation. One reason for this, he said, is the feeling of the military that an investigating commission would inevitably come across the 8th Army preparations or operations (e.g. chemical warfare) which, if revealed, could do us psychological as well as military damage.


" » Winter Dreams of Summer Travels" by TRAVEL | TOURISM | VACATION

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Erasmus Kloman, author of the recently released paperback "Barging in Burgundy," tells the story of his family?s incredible boating vacation through France and offers advice to others who would like to plan a similar vacation.In the summer of 1999, Erasmus Kloman and his family chartered a barge and piloted it along the lovely Burgundy and Nivernais canals in France.In "Barging in Burgundy," Mr. Kloman combines a narrative travelogue with practical how-to-do-it instructions.He tells readers what they need to know about taking a barge trip - including how to determine which barge company to procure, what supplies to bring on board, and how to maneuver the locks encountered on the trip.At the same time, he lyrically describes the romance of travel in Burgundy, its remarkable history, breathtaking architecture, its wines and hearty cuisines.Also included are a list of sites worth a visit, restaurants, emergency numbers, and recipes from the region.This is a wonderful resource guide for adventurous travelers contemplating a barge trip or readers who just want to vicariously experience the beauty and tranquility of a barge trip through the French countryside.A Ph.D. graduate from the University of Pennsylvania, Erasmus Kloman has served in the wartime Office of Strategic Services, the Central Intelligence Agency, Department of State, and Foreign Policy Research Institute at Penn, and as a corporate executive for AMAX and IBM.He was a Senior Research Associate at the National Academy of Public Administration from which he retired in 1985.Since his retirement, Mr. Kloman has pursued a dual career as painter and writer.He has studied painting at the Corcoran, American University, the Studio School and the Art League in Alexandria, Virginia.In 1988, he held a one-man show at the Cosmos Club.He is the author of Sojourn in Gascony: Pleasures of the Palette and Apartment in Paris: Renting, Roaming, Wining, and Dining.He and his wife, Suzanne, live in Chestertown, Maryland and travel to France every year.


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Erasmus Kloman, author of the recently released paperback "Barging in Burgundy," tells the story of his family's incredible boating vacation through France and offers advice to others who would like to plan a similar vacation.In the summer of 1999, Erasmus Kloman and his family chartered a barge and piloted it along the lovely Burgundy and Nivernais canals in France.In "Barging in Burgundy," Mr. Kloman combines a narrative travelogue with practical how-to-do-it instructions.He tells readers what they need to know about taking a barge trip -- including how to determine which barge company to procure, what supplies to bring on board, and how to maneuver the locks encountered on the trip.At the same time, he lyrically describes the romance of travel in Burgundy, its remarkable history, breathtaking architecture, its wines and hearty cuisines.Also included are a list of sites worth a visit, restaurants, emergency numbers, and recipes from the region.This is a wonderful resource guide for adventurous travelers contemplating a barge trip or readers who just want to vicariously experience the beauty and tranquility of a barge trip through the French countryside.A Ph.D. graduate from the University of Pennsylvania, Erasmus Kloman has served in the wartime Office of Strategic Services, the Central Intelligence Agency, Department of State, and Foreign Policy Research Institute at Penn, and as a corporate executive for AMAX and IBM.He was a Senior Research Associate at the National Academy of Public Administration from which he retired in 1985.Since his retirement, Mr. Kloman has pursued a dual career as painter and writer.He has studied painting at the Corcoran, American University, the Studio School and the Art League in Alexandria, Virginia.In 1988, he held a one-man show at the Cosmos Club.He is the author of Sojourn in Gascony: Pleasures of the Palette and Apartment in Paris: Renting, Roaming, Wining, and Dining.He and his wife, Suzanne, live in Chestertown, Maryland and travel to France every year.


Your #1 Family Vacation Site - Family Vacations Articles

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Erasmus Kloman, author of the recently released paperback "Barging in Burgundy," tells the story of his family's incredible boating vacation through France and offers advice to others who would like to plan a similar vacation.In the summer of 1999, Erasmus Kloman and his family chartered a barge and piloted it along the lovely Burgundy and Nivernais canals in France.In "Barging in Burgundy," Mr. Kloman combines a narrative travelogue with practical how-to-do-it instructions.He tells readers what they need to know about taking a barge trip -- including how to determine which barge company to procure, what supplies to bring on board, and how to maneuver the locks encountered on the trip.At the same time, he lyrically describes the romance of travel in Burgundy, its remarkable history, breathtaking architecture, its wines and hearty cuisines.Also included are a list of sites worth a visit, restaurants, emergency numbers, and recipes from the region.This is a wonderful resource guide for adventurous travelers contemplating a barge trip or readers who just want to vicariously experience the beauty and tranquility of a barge trip through the French countryside.A Ph.D. graduate from the University of Pennsylvania, Erasmus Kloman has served in the wartime Office of Strategic Services, the Central Intelligence Agency, Department of State, and Foreign Policy Research Institute at Penn, and as a corporate executive for AMAX and IBM.He was a Senior Research Associate at the National Academy of Public Administration from which he retired in 1985.Since his retirement, Mr. Kloman has pursued a dual career as painter and writer.He has studied painting at the Corcoran, American University, the Studio School and the Art League in Alexandria, Virginia.In 1988, he held a one-man show at the Cosmos Club.He is the author of Sojourn in Gascony: Pleasures of the Palette and Apartment in Paris: Renting, Roaming, Wining, and Dining.He and his wife, Suzanne, live in Chestertown, Maryland and travel to France every year.


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