Furstenberg at Stockholm

Stockholm was a cozy place those days for the Reds with the USA Jewish Ambassador friendly to Jewry's aims. There the "banking office of Furstenberg," and the "Swedish Nya Banken in Stockholm" are mentioned in Document 1, Exhibit 251, and that was February 14, 1914. Document 8, Exhibit 254, is written to

"Mr. Furstenberg" and is from the representative of the Deutsche, one of the German "D" Banks, in Switzerland. He is writing Furstenberg, June 16, 1917, to tell him that Bolshevik pamphlets costing 32,000 francs (Swiss francs were the highest of all in exchange value) have been sent and he would like to know when they arrive. "Maximalist" is used throughout the reports, meaning Bolshevik.

Furstenberg, in good approved Communist style, addresses his letter in Document 9, Exhibit 254, to Raphael Scholnickar as: "Dear Comrade:", stating: "The office of the banking house M. Warburg has opened . an account for the undertaking of Comrade Trotsky." The arms have been purchased and sent and a "person authorized to receive the money demanded by Comrade Trotsky."

Ambassador Francis noted that this communication connected Trotsky "with banker Warburg and with Furstenberg."

Furstenberg was a busy Jew those days, sending messages of cheer. Document 10, Exhibit 255, is to Bolshevik military leader Antonov at Haparanda telling him that: "Comrade Trotsky's request has been carried out," and that a trusty Bolshevik "Sonia," will be coming to hand him "400,000 kroner."

We also see that note of Ambassador Francis (Document 10, Exhibit 255):

This letter from Scheidemann, the German Socialist leader, links him with Furstenberg-Ganetski, with the Nya Banken and with subsidizing the Russian revolution. Trotsky published a paper during the Summer. Another paper spoke for Lenin. Vorwarts would seem to refer to the Socialist organ at Berlin

Elsewhere (Exhibit 253) we see the name of Max Warburg, of M.M. Warburg bankers of Hamburg, and related to the Kuhn, Loeb Warburgs of the U.S.A.

As previously mentioned, Max Warburg, later, in 1939, came from Germany and served on the American Jewish Committee "Peace Committee" which drew up and organized the United Nations, its Charter and its propaganda network, consummated at San Francisco in 1945 (See American Jewish Year Book, "Report of American Jewish Committee," on "Institute on Peace and Post-War Problems," p. 751, Vol. 43, 1941-2).

Note that Warburg is cited in this Exhibit 253 as one of the three

Jewish bankers Rubenstein, Max Warburg, and Parvus, who maneuvered with the Russian revolutionaries, Zenzinov and Lunacharski. Ambassador Francis noted that "Parvus and Warburg both figure in the Lenin and Trotsky documents."

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