British consul replies to anti-bolshevik slanders
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Published by People"s Russian Information Bureau in London .
Written in English

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Statementbetween Rear-Admiral Kemp and Douglas Young.
ContributionsYoung, Douglas., People"s Russian Information Bureau.
The Physical Object
Pagination11p. ;
Number of Pages11
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18579019M

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Arts & Books Travel They begin with a despatch from the British Consul in Ekaterinburg on 18 May , noting the arrival of the Tsar and other members of the Russian royal family under a Red.   Or as British Consul Douglas Young stated: 'The root of the whole evil lies in the assumption, long proved false, that the Russian "Whites" would speedily cut the throats of the Bolsheviks while the Allies looked the other way, and that the story of the pre-intervention proceedings would be buried with the corpse.'. International Anti-Bolshevik Review, March As the name suggests, the International Anti-Bolshevik Review was strongly opposed to the Soviet regime. This special issue of the review includes a section on 'The Red Terror'. The Red Terror: Rykov's reply to British labour appeal, Jan Buikis, a Soviet agent, made contact with Francis Cromie, the naval attaché at the British Embassy, and requested a meeting with Lockhart. On 14th August, , Buikis and Colonel Eduard Berzin, met Lockhart. Berzin told Lockhart that there was serious disaffection among the Lettish troops and asked for money to finance an anti-Bolshevik coup.

There have been a multitude of histories of Russia, either written from an anti-Bolshevik perspective, or its Stalinist mirror image, which both paint a false image of Bolshevism. For them, the Russian Revolution was either an historical ‘accident’ or ‘tragedy’, or is presented as the work of one great man (Lenin), who marched single. HAPTER THREE The Men Who Caused the French Revolution In the previous chapter evidence was given to prove how a small group of foreign money-lenders, operating through their English agents, remained anonymous while they secured control of that nation’s economy for the modest sum of .   The publication of King's private thoughts is a mixed blessing for the the one hand the cable may feed the perception, voiced last week by . This article contains information on the Embassy of Sweden in Pretoria, South Africa – You will also get detailed information on the Embassy of Sweden contact address, e-mail address, website, telephone number, visiting hours and lots more. The Swedish embassy is one of foreign representations in South Africa, and one of [ ].

The Bolsheviks (from Russian: bolshinstvo, 'majority'), also known in English as the Bolshevists, were a radical, far-left, and revolutionary Marxist faction founded by Vladimir Lenin and Alexander Bogdanov that split from the Menshevik faction of the Marxist Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (RSDLP), a revolutionary socialist political party formed in , at its Second Party Congress.   Online book launch of The Most Dangerous Man in the World defends Assange By Oscar Grenfell 11 July On Wednesday evening Gleebooks, a leading Sydney bookstore, hosted . As expected, the centenary of the October Revolution has been greeted with a cacophony of distortions and slanders, especially against Lenin and the Bolsheviks. Hundreds of newspaper articles, books as well as TV and radio documentaries, have been pr.   The pattern of slandering all things Russia with or without (usually without) the burden of proof continues in the US. The US State Department made the decision to impose new sanctions on Russia, based on the insinuation that Russian agencies were involved in the poisoning of Sergey and Yuliya Skripal in Salisbury, England this past March.