Casualties at Odessa
A Revolution Possible.
St. Petersburg June 30 It is computed that2ooo were killed at Odessa and thousands wounded.
Events at Odessa, Libau and Eeval are;so ominous that in official circlet, at St Petersburg there is doubt whether the gnoners of the Black Sea fleet will fire on tip Kniazpotemkin. It is feared that it
'tlrtferews mutiny and lead the rioters agains the soldiery; they will form an armed and organised force which wilt most probably bo joined by a Beotion of the troops. Implicit reliance in the loyalty of the [services has been an unshakeabie article of Rus-ian faith, and a reaction has now come. A revolution is not only described as a possibility, but the word is even applied to the present occurrences. The mutiny at Odessa has made a far deeper impression on the ruling classes than the defeats in Manchuria and the annihilation of the Baltic Fleet combined.
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Casualties at Odessa, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6610, 1 July 1905
Casualties at Odessa Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6610, 1 July 1905
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