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Russia No.1 (1919) -- A Report on Bolshevism in Russia

Russia No.1 (1919) -- A Report on Bolshevism in Russia

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This is the original unexpurgated version issued in accordance with a decision of the War Cabinet made January 1919. Contains condemnatory report by Oudendyke about Bolshevism being of an internationalist, Jewish tendency. This Cmd. Paper was priced 9d. but soon was suppressed and an edited version priced 6d. omitting the Oudendyke remarks appeared in its place. (Rev. Denis Fahey, 'The Rulers of Russia' (American edition revised and enlarged, 1940, page 23)).
This is the original unexpurgated version issued in accordance with a decision of the War Cabinet made January 1919. Contains condemnatory report by Oudendyke about Bolshevism being of an internationalist, Jewish tendency. This Cmd. Paper was priced 9d. but soon was suppressed and an edited version priced 6d. omitting the Oudendyke remarks appeared in its place. (Rev. Denis Fahey, 'The Rulers of Russia' (American edition revised and enlarged, 1940, page 23)).

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RUSSIA. No. 1
(1919).
A
COLLECTION
OF REPORTS
BOLSHEVISM
IN RUSSIA.
Presented
to Parliament by
Command
of His
Majesty.
April
1919.
LONDON:
PUBLISHED BY HIS MAJESTY'S STATIONERY
OFFICE.
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be
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LTD.,
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ON
1919.
[Cmd.
8.]
Price
9d.
net.
 
TABLE
OF
CONTENTS.
No.
Name. Date.
SUBJECT.
Page
Foreword...
Sir M.
Findlay(Christiania)
Sir E.
Howard(Stockholm)
Sir K.
Paget
(Copenhagen)Telegraphic Aug. 19, 191Telegraphic 19,Telegraphic
Sept.
3,Telegraphic
Mr.
Lindley ..Telegraphic 6,(Archangel)
Sir M.
Findlay(Christiania)
Mr.
Alston(Vladivostock)
Sir C.
Eliot(Ekaterinburg)
Mr.
Alston(Vladivostock)
Mr.
LockhartReport by
Mrs.
L-
Mr.
H-
Mr.
G-Telegraphic 17,TelegraphicTelegraphicColonelKimens
12
|
Mr.
Lindley(Archangel)
Sir C.
Eliot(Vladivostock)
Lord
Kilmarnock(Copenhagen)
|
980]
Telegraphic
Telegraphic16,
Oct.
5,
Nov.
4,
10,Nov., 1918Nov. 27, 191829,27,
arrest
of British
subjects
in Petrograd andMoscow ... ... ... ...
Armed raid
on British
consulate-general
atMoscow, and arrest of British officials andother
persons
Murder
of Captain Cromie by
Soviet
troops.Informs of telegram from PetrogradWholesale
arrests
and
executions
in Petrogradas a result of
attempts
on Bolshevik
leaders.
Arrest
of
Mr.
Lockhart. British
subjects
starving in prison
Murder
of Captain
Cromie.
Tribute to
ser
vices
which he rendered
Arrest
of British
subjects
in Moscow. Report by Netherland Minister on their
present
condition, and his
efforts
to obtaintheir
release.
Funeral of Captain Cromie.Letter appealing for help from British
subjects
imprisoned in Fortress of Peter
and
PaulReport of murder of ex-Emperor of Russia...Informs of
events
leading up to the murderof the ex-Emperor and other members ofthe Imperial family. Transmits
letter
from tutor of Czarevitch ....Discovery of
corpses
in mine-pit at Ala-paevsk of members of Imperial family.Fate of other members
vi
11Oppression by Bolsheviks of their
opponents,
including Socialists, abolition of right ofholding public
meetings,
suppression of all |but Bolshevik
press,
and of all liberty.Generalterrorism ... ... ... 11
Peasants
and the land. Industrial conditions.Repression of all non-Bolsheviks.
Con
ditions in the prisons... ... .. 12Conditions in
factories
at Moscow. Tradeconditions generally. Anti-Bolshevik
feel-
ing among peasantry ... ... ... 14Report on the internal situation. Growing
I
discontent
under Bolshevism ...
...
18Report on the internal situation. Chaos andanarchy in the provinces. Confiscation ofprivate property ... ... ... 20Comments on Bolshevik
ideas
of
society.
Their
strength
lies
in unlimited supply ofpaper money. Bolsheviks should betreated like pariahs ...
... ...
21
Murder
of ex-Empress of Russia
and
children
supposed
to
have been
committed about the
sametime
as the murder of the ex-Emperor 21Conditions in a factory in Petrograd ... 22
 
TABLE
OF
CONTENTS.
in
No.
Name.
Date.
SUBJECT.
Page
15
Memorandum
...
Report
of a British subject on conditions inMoscow. The "cold terror" ...
23
16
Mr.
Alston(Vladivostock)Telegraphic
Jan.
2, 1919
Starvation
and terrorism
in
Moscow. Whole
sale
murders and atrocities
24
17
Telegraphic
3,
Dangers of famine in Europe if Bolshevikdisorganisation continues
24
18
Telegraphic
5,
Details of atrocities committed at Perm
25
19
Major
Reilly
(Chitral)
Telegraphic
7,
Arrival
of Russian
refugees
from
Kharog.Murders
by Bolsheviks at Tashkent
2520
General
Poole
...
Bolsheviks employing Chinese to
kill
officers
and
their families
2621
...
11,
Methods of Bolsheviks to allay hostility
abroad
while campaign against the social
and
economic life at home continues.Treatment of women ...
26
22
Mr.
Alston(Vladivostock)Telegraphic
Torture
and
murder
in
Ural
towns.
Murder
of
priests1t
2623
General
Knox
(Omsk)Telegraphic! 15,Conditions at Perm. Russians obliged to joinBolsheviks to avoid starvation ...
2624
Mr.
Alston(Vladivostock)Telegraphic
18,
Mutilations
and
tortures at
Perm.
Report ofmember of
Red
Cross Mission.
Mutilations
and
massacres
of Czechs in Ussuri district
and
of educated
classes
in
Kief
ii
27
25
Colonel
Wade(Warsaw)Telegraphic
19,
Chinese and Corean bandits increasing inBolshevik forces
2826
Mr.
Alston(Vladivostock)Telegraphic
23,
Conditions in Perm. Bolsheviks a privileged
class
free to commit crime against other
classes.
Murder
of a bishop. Closing ofchurches
28
27
Lord
Kilmarnock
(Copenhagen)
21,
Bolshevik
Central
Committees absorbing allpower. In Moscow and Petrogradstarvation making the people physicallyincapable of resisting. Mobilisation of
peasants.
Severer discipline and continuance of
executions
...
2828
Mr.
Alston(Vladivostock)Telegraphic
Feb.
1,
Murder
and mutilation of a
British
workman
in
Northern Urals
2929
" "Telegraphic
2,
Terrorism
at
Lisva.
Efficiency and energy
of
Bolshevik regime ...
2930
" "Telegraphic
4,
Revolt of
peasants
against Bolsheviks in
Vyatka
district.
Their
subsequent
execution and execution of their families
3031
Memorandum
...
Interviews
with two British
subjects
fromMoscow. Conditions in Moscow
schools,
factories, and
shops
...
3032
Lord
Kilmarnock
(Copenhagen)
...
3,
Paralysis of the people in Petrograd andMoscow. Bolshevism losing its hold asits supplies of food decline. Generalapathy in the country ...
3233
Mr.
Alston(Vladivostock)Telegraphic
8,
Small
percentage of pro-Bolsheviks amongpeasantry
in
Ekaterinburg
district. Russianworking
classes
not represented by
Bol
sheviks,
most
of latter being Jews.
Murder
of labourers owing to non-support
of
Bolshevism
3334
Sir
H.
Rumbold(Berne)
5,
Conditionsin the Ukraine. Letter from aPolish lady respecting Bolshevik reign of
terror
... ... ... ...I
33

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