Documentary evidence of the activities of Serge Uhget, self-
styled "Financial Attache" of the Russian Government, showing
contracts made by him with the America Bank Note Company
for the printing of ruble notes to be used to combat the Soviet
Editorial: "More Truth About Russia." Nation, Dec. 28,
The letter of American Defense Society asking support for
Kolchak, and signed by Charles S. Stewart Davison, read in
Editorial: "Who Shall Offend?" Nation, Jan. 25, 1919.
An arraignment of lies published in a school paper about Soviet
Russian and given to school children in New York City.
Hard, William. "Anti-Bolsheviks—Mr. Bakhmetev." New
Republic, August 13, 1919.
Analysis of conditions which brought Bakhmetev to America,
story of Lomonossov, and of the so-called "Ambassador's" activities.
Hard, William: "Anti-Bolsheviks—Mr. Sack,
public, July 23, 1919.
Refutation of A. J. Sack's propaganda and a statement of the
real facts about Siberia.
Hard, William. "Anti-Bolsheviks—Mr. Spargo." New Republic, July 9, 1919.
A pungent criticism of Spargo's book attacking Soviet Russia.
Hard, William. "Anti-Bolsheviks—The Twenty Million."
New Republic, July 30, 1919.
Analysis of Mr. Sack's story of the Cooperatives and their
support of Kolchak as part of the propaganda campaign in the
United States against Soviet Russia.
Hard, William. "Anti-Bolsheviks—The Up-Rollers." New
Republic, July 16, 1919.
A humorous account of an imaginary investigation; the summoning as witnesses of Tchaikowsky, Spargo, Lebedev, Bern-
stoff, Rickman, Frazier Hunt and others prominent in the struggle
for or against Soviet Russia.
Lomonossov, G. "The Recognition of Kolchak—three Opinions." Nation, May 31, 1919, p. 265.