RUSSIA: Anxious Trotzky

A visit of General the Earl of Cavan, Chief of the British Imperial General Staff, to Poland, where he reviewed troops at the great training camp at Rembretow, has caused Trotzky no little anxiety. He says Lord Cavan's visit means " military peace between England and Poland," the shipment of ammunitions to the Polish army, finally that Poland is being used by Great Britain against Russia in the same way that France is using her against Germany.

Warsaw declared, however, that no alliance exists between Great Britain and Poland.


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