Foreign News: Tsarist Coup?

Grand Duke Nicholas, cousin of Tsar Nicholas II (who with his family was reported to have been murdered by the Bolsheviki at Ekaterinburg), and one time Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Russian Army, was reported to be preparing for a "peaceful conquest" of Soviet Russia.

The Duke believed that the Russian people would recall the old rulers if they had a free choice. He appealed to Russian emigres scattered all over the world, of whom there are said to be 2,000,000, to contribute one franc (about 5¢ ) per month for the dissemination of Tsarist...

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