Foreign News: Cold, Reptilian Blood

Of all the prominent Frenchmen and Englishmen accused at the Red Trial in Moscow of trying to overthrow the Soviet State (see above) only the Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill, Privy Councillor of His Majesty George V, had admitted the charge up to last week.

Writing for his friend William Randolph Hearst's Universal Service, Mr. Churchill confessed:

"So long as Great Britain was in a state of war or quasi-war with the Bolshevik Republic I did my utmost to encompass their downfall. . . . But from the moment when they were recognized by His Majesty's...

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