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Lloyd George and Churchill Protest Against Anti-jewish Policy of Denikin Says Savinkoff

September 3, 1924
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Interesting information concerning the attitude of Great Britain towards General Deniken, the leader of the White forces which were responsible for many Anti-Semitic atrocities during their militaristic campaign against the Belshevik Government, is contained in the evidence of General Boris Savinkoff, whose death sentence was recently commuted by the Soviet Government.

Genral Savinkoff declared in his last statement before the Revolutionary Tribunal, that Lloyd George, then Prime Minister of England and Winston Churchill, had emphatically protested to General Denikin against his policy, declaring that it was a perfect madness, particularly with regard to the Jews and peasants in Russia.

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