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Frederick Franklin Schrader

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. . .pg_45"> the presentation of war films, many of the oppressive measures against the liberal press are justly charged to his account, at the same time that numerous measures inaugurated under his direction attracted widespread notoriety. Among others, the bureau issued to the American press the notorious “Sisson documents.” They consisted of a series of documents to prove that Lenine and Trotzky, heads of the Russian Soviet government, had taken German money and were, first and last, German agents. The New York “Evening Post” was quick to discern the forgery—they are said to have been written in London, translated into Russian in New York by two Russians and sent to Russia, where they were “discovered.” For pointing out the internal evidence of their incredibility contained in the papers Mr. Creel charged the paper with being guilty “of the most extraordinary disservice” to the government of the United States and the nation’s. . . Read More

Community Reviews

A review published in
Journal of New Zealand and Pacific Studies
is available. I short this is an excellent, field defining study of colonial era cities.

Looking at the title, particularly the sub-heading, you might think that you are in for a potentially, long, hard slog of a read, but fear not Schrader is good company and he tackles his subject with warmth, balance and depth, writing with a clear and restrained eye on the main points. He focuses on

This is a thorough and very interesting book about the first 80 years of city life in New Zealand. A worthwhile addition to any library, public or personal.