Foreign News: The Trail of Lenin

The New York Herald published an article by Francis M'Cullagh, its Warsaw correspondent, summing up the victims of "the Red terror under Lenin's regime."

Mr. M'Cullagh said that not less than 100,000 people have been "murdered" in the name of Lenin who once said: "It matters not if 90% of the Russian people perish so long as 10% bring about a world revolution."

Mr. M'Cullagh went on to say that killings are still the order of the day and that in May 1923, 100 people were shot. "The official statistics I do not possess, but...

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