Foreign News: Curzonophobia

The Marquis Curzon in effigy was taken for an airing by the irate communists of Moscow; subsequently he was hanged. Bolshevik remarks were hurled not only at the static Curzon but also at the dynamic one in the London Foreign Office. Even Tehicherin, Soviet Foreign Minister, aristocrat though he is, reviled his noble colleague in no complimentary terms.

While the angry voice of Moscow is busy telling the world exactly what it thinks of this eminent British statesman, British labor of the more radical order is pouring forth its own candid thoughts on the...

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