.RUSSIAN POLICY CRITICISED
(Received April 4, 10.30 a.m.) LONDON, April 3
There is a growing anxiety in many sresponsible quarters owing to the "Big [Four's" indecision on many vital questions. It is regarded as particularly urgent that a clear courageous Russian policy should be formulated. It appears that last week's deal with the ■Bolsheviki almost materialised, and it is suggested that interested financiers are behind the proposal. . Dr. Harold Williams earnestly proiests against such negotiations, which Lenin would readily, enter, giving worthless promises, in order to achieve his ambition of a world revolution. .There is only one way to act, namely, to feed and organise Europe to support the anti-Bolsheviki morally and mate-" rially. - Newspapers are uneasy owing to the Bolshevik character of the rising in Egypt, and the disturbances in South Africa, Canada and Queensland. Koltchak's army continues to press towards the Volga, where anti-80l-Bhevik peasant risings are reported.
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BRITISH DISSATISFACTION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9578, 4 April 1919
BRITISH DISSATISFACTION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9578, 4 April 1919
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