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BLOODTHIRSTY BELA KUM
"NO MERCY WILL BE SHOWN"
LENIN'S ADVICE IGNORED
(United Service Message.)
JxMulon, July 5.
I The red ierror-the inevitable- nc I companiment of Bolshevism-has I broken ont in Budapest. During the j earliest days of Hungarian Soviet-ism
M. Lenin advised Bela Kun not to use terrorism, stating that the Russian ex ¡ perience showed that terrorism could
not be discharged when once- enforced, i Bela Kun, in a message- to Vienna, or- dered the revolutionary tribunals to work with the fullest severity, and said: "No mercy will be shown. I have signed the death warrants to-day of all the counter-revolut-\->nary leaders, prin-
cipally ex-officers, and intend to wipe; out the opposition with blood.''
Bela Kun claims that Hungarian So vietism has beeri finally established, but admits that the counter movement at
Madame Bela Kun. with a largo, amount of money # and trunks, Paris dresses, jewellery, «nd many servant«, has arrived at the Franco-Swiss fron- tier, but was refused entry to France.
("The Times" Message.)
London, July ñ.
¡ "Tbc Times" Copenhagen correspond-
ent says that messages from Prague state thae Bela Kun's troops made a complete retirement from Western Slovakia to the frontiers laid down by the Peace Conference, and the Caecho i Slovaks occupied the evacuated terri I tory.
A Paris message states that the
j Council to-day discussed Hungary from
the viewpoint of Bela Kun's defeat of ; the counter revolutionaries.
I London. July 8.
I "The Times" Paris correspondent
says that the "Little Five," as the Council of Foreign Secretaries is called, has decided, after long discussion, that it is impossible to recognise or nego- tiate with Bela Kuns' Government, in view of its anarchistic terrorism and autocrate methods. Thp blockade will continue against Hungary, though it is admitted it does not affect the minority rulers, who seize whatever foodstuffs and materials they require. The Council is determined to add to Austria portion of Hungary, in which 400,000 Gormans re-