Russia No. 1 is a collection of British diplomatic and military reports first published by the British government in 1919. It consists primarily of eyewitness accounts detailing the horrors of the Bolshevik (so-called) Revolution and the crimes of the Jews who were its chief leaders, participants, and perpetrators, and their destruction of Christian Russia.This report had a very narrow distribution and is therefore quite rare. The Jews and the western media which they control have misrepresented the nature of the Bolshevik Revolution from the very beginning, and to this day they suppress the accounts and records of its horrors. For that same reason they have always sought to suppress this report.
This is an internet first: this report has, so far as we can find, never before been made available to the general public in an accurate and readable format. (There is a copy at archive.org which is hardly usable, having been scanned and OCR'd but never edited.) A facsimile of the original report has been available at Christogenea.org for over two years. Now an HTML version of the full text and a newly typeset PDF version reproducing the original text are also available.
We are grateful to Mr. Jerel Mosley for providing us with the facsimile, and our dear sister in Ohio who has labored to create a text edition.
From Page 6 of the Russia No. 1 Report:
"The foregoing report will indicate the extremely critical nature of the present situation. The danger is now so great that I feel it my duty to call the attention of the British and all other Governments to the fact that if an end is not put to Bolshevism in Russia at once the civilisation of the whole world will be threatened. ... I consider that the immediate suppression of Bolshevism is the greatest issue now before the world, not even excluding the war which is still raging, and unless, as stated above, Bolshevism is nipped in the bud immediately, it is bound to spread in one form or another over Europe and the whole world, as it is organised and worked by Jews who have no nationality, and whose one object is to destroy for their own ends the existing order of things." - Sir M. Findlay in a report to Mr. Balfour quoting the Dutch ambassador M. van Niftrik