BELGIUM: Last Hope

A dark, massive, earnest man, stalwart and commanding, arrived at Brussels last week, and established himself with a few faithful retainers in cheap and modest quarters.

His cause seems lost. He is Peter Nicholaievich, Baron Wrangel, the last hope of the "White" Tsarist Russian emigrés. In 1920 the victories of his "White Knights" over portions of the "Red Army" gave hope that the Bolshevist tide might be dammed. Then France and Britain withdrew their support from General Wrangel, he was driven even from Sevastopol, fled. Until last week his refuge was Belgrade,...

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