Alexander Werth (Александр Верт – Aleksandr Vert) – b. Feb 4th, 1901, d. Mar 5th, 1969. Occupation: Journalist – Author Son of a Russian railway
Following his return from the Russian front in 1946, Alexander Werth (1901-1968) settled in France. In 1950 he had a son – Nicolas. As I
(Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles) Alexander Werth (Александр Верт – Aleksandr Vert) [1901-1969] Werth, Alexander (February 4, 1901, St. Petersburg – March 5, 1969, Paris) –
‘Harmonious behaviour is achieved when the interests of freedom and the personal desires of the person coincide with, or at least do not contradict, the
When British BBC correspondent Alexander Werth reported that he had been in the Red Army frontline when it discovered the Majdanek Concentration Camp (situated in Poland), Winston Churchill forbade the BBC from transmitting the details – referring to it as ‘Soviet propaganda’, designed to make people feel ‘sorry’ for Soviet suffering!
The lies about Communism, China and the Soviet Union are so huge that the truth of the matter is eclipsed by this industry that ruthlessly controls the publication of books to both the general public and the academic community.