RUSSIA: Rebuff

The Deutsche Zeitung (Berlin daily) exclaimed: "Another of them gone, over whose grave Germany will shed no tears." The "another" referred to the Rt. Hon. Sir George W. Buchanan, last British Ambassador to the Court of the Romanovs. The Germans charged him with having been the "first to recognize the Provisional Government before the Emperor even had abdicated," and, by so doing, with having "paved the way for the Bolshevist revolution." It was also stated that he had kept the wavering Tsar true to the Entente.

Then from London up spoke a...

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