Foreign News: Reaction Rumors

The demise of Lenin was said to have caused reaction in some quarters against the Bolshevik regime.

In Amur, province of far-eastern Siberia, anti-Bolshevik troops were reputed to have seized the Government and to have declared Amur a free State.

At Omsk, capital of Omsk Province in West Siberia, an anti-Bolshevik outbreak occurred. About 300 Bolsheviki were arrested, some were shot without trial. A group of 22 Bolsheviki were hemmed in a house, burned alive.

Anti-Bolshevik activities were reported at Skivra, Lazarevka, Sincha, Nikitovska, all of which are in South Russia.

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