Foreign News: RUSSIA

Matters came to a head last week when the Bolshevik Government requested the banishment of the Dowager Empress of Russia, Marie Féodorovna, mother of the ill-fated Tsar Nicholas II.

Premier Stauning of Denmark informed the Russian Chargé d'Affaires that he declined in the name of the Nation to accede to the Bolshevik Government's request. As the Dowager Empress has been living quietly in Denmark since 1917, and as she is a Danish princess, the refusal of the Premier was wholly comprehensible.

Princess Dagmar of Denmark left Denmark in 1866, at the age of...

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