The antisemitism of Henry Wickham Steed

  title={The antisemitism of Henry Wickham Steed},
  author={Andre Liebich},
  journal={Patterns of Prejudice},
  pages={180 - 208}
ABSTRACT Henry Wickham Steed (1871–1956), then editor-in-chief of the London Times, adopted an ambiguous position with regard to The Protocols of the Elders of Zion when the tract first appeared in English in 1920. He neither endorsed nor rejected it but instead mused in the editorial pages of The Times about whether it might be authentic. The following year, when The Times correspondent in Istanbul brought out proof that The Protocols was a forgery, Steed accepted his correspondent's findings… 
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