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The World on Fire: 1919 and the Battle with Bolshevism

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2009

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2008

    A year for the ages.....

    A 'peace' conference was going on in Paris whilst fighting raged in central and eastern Europe - the Poles against the Russians - the Russian against themselves - the Romanians against the Hungarians - the Hungarians against the Slovakians - the ..... and on the list goes. Against this backdrop of instability were revolutions in Berlin, Munich and Budapest, wide spread labor strife in the USA, Britain, Canada, Argentina....which fueled a red scare in many places, including the USA where a young beaurocrat named G. Edgar Hoover got his babtism in cross indexing surveillance reports, sending agent provacateurs into assemblies of law abiding citizens and in so many other ways learning how to trash liberty. But Lenin really did think that the Bolsevik revolution was going to spread worldwide so his rhetoric only fueled the hysteria in the west. A President who was distracted from all this, then enfebelled - US and British forces in Archangel - British naval intervention in the Baltic Sea 'one of the few bright spots of the year' - starvation in Vienna.......... All in all, quite a year.

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