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Zinoviev letter was dirty trick by MI6Richard Norton-Taylor, Guardian, 4 February 1999
The Zinoviev letter - one of the greatest British political scandals of this century - was forged by a MI6 agent's source and almost certainly leaked by MI6 or MI5 officers to the Conservative Party, according to an official report published today.Full article on www.guardian.co.uk
The hidden handRobin Cook, Guardian, 4 Feb 1999
The Zinoviev letter has been shrouded in mystery for three-quarters of a century. Now the archives have been opened to public scrutiny.Full article on www.guardian.co.uk
LORD CURZON ON THE "LOAN" PLOT.Daily Mail, 27 October 1924, page 6
A speech made by Lord Curzon at Leicester on 25 October 1924 about the Russian government, Zinoviev and a letter.Complete article
APOLOGISE TO RUSSIADaily Mail, 27 October 1924, page 6
A meeting of Communists on the plinth of Nelson's Monument in Trafalgar Square on Saturday passed a resolution declaring that "this massed meeting of British workers" called on Mr. MacDonald and the Government to stigmatise the Red plot letter as an impudent forgery and to withdraw the Foreign Office protest to the Bolshevik Government with apologies and to dismiss with ignominy the official responsible for it.Complete article