BRITISH JOURNALISM AND THE CAMPAIGN FOR INTERVENTION IN THE RUSSIAN CIVIL WAR, 1918–20

@article{Alston2007BRITISHJA,
  title={BRITISH JOURNALISM AND THE CAMPAIGN FOR INTERVENTION IN THE RUSSIAN CIVIL WAR, 1918–20},
  author={Charlotte Alston},
  journal={Revolutionary Russia},
  year={2007},
  volume={20},
  pages={35 - 49}
}
  • C. Alston
  • Published 1 June 2007
  • History
  • Revolutionary Russia
This article deals with the debate that took place in the British press in the years 1918–20 on the issue of Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War. It looks at the editorial campaign mounted by some key newspaper editors, proprietors and correspondents in favour of intervention and identifies some common themes that recurred in their arguments. It also examines British press coverage from the fronts of the civil war and looks at some of the difficulties faced by correspondents in the… 

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