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List of editions of Protocols of the Elders of Zion The Protocols appeared in print in the Russian Empire as early aspublished as a series of articles in Znamyaa Black Hundreds newspaper owned by Pavel Krushevan. Init appeared in pamphlet form edited by Georgy Butmi de Katzman.
Common to all three texts is the idea that Jews aim for world domination. Since The Protocols are presented as merely a documentthe front matter and back matter are needed to explain its alleged origin.
The diverse imprints, however, are mutually inconsistent. The general claim is that the document was stolen from a secret Jewish organization. Since the alleged original stolen manuscript does not exist, one is forced to restore a purported original edition.
This has been done by the Italian scholar, Cesare G. De Michelis inin a work which was translated into English and published inwhere he treats his subject as Apocrypha. As the Russian Revolution unfolded, causing White movement -affiliated Russians to flee to the West, this text was carried along and assumed a new purpose.
Until then, The Protocols had remained obscure;  it now became an instrument for blaming Jews for the Russian Revolution.
It became a tool, a political weapon, used against the Bolsheviks who were depicted as overwhelmingly Jewish, allegedly executing the "plan" embodied in The Protocols.
The purpose was to discredit the October Revolutionprevent the West from recognizing the Soviet Unionand bring about the downfall of Vladimir Lenin 's regime. The forgery poisoned public life wherever it appeared; it was "self-generating; a blueprint that migrated from one conspiracy to another.
The purportedly Jewish authorship also helps to make the book more convincing. Its embrace of contradiction—that to advance, Jews use all tools available, including capitalism and communism, philo-Semitism and antisemitism, democracy and tyranny—made it possible for The Protocols to reach out to all: Some recent editions proclaim that the "Jews" depicted in the Protocols are a cover identity for other conspirators such as the Illuminati Freemasonsthe Priory of Sionor even, in the opinion of David Icke" extra-dimensional entities ".
The chapter "In the Jewish Cemetery in Prague" from Goedsche's Biarritz, with its strong antisemitic theme containing the alleged rabbinical plot against the European civilization, was translated into Russian as a separate pamphlet in De Michelis studies early Russian publications of the Protocols.
The author described his meeting with a lady Yuliana Glinkaas it is known now who, after telling him about her mystical revelations, implored him to get familiar with the documents later known as the Protocols; but after reading some excerpts, Menshikov became quite skeptical about their origin and did not publish them.
Krushevan had initiated the Kishinev pogrom four months earlier. InI succeeded through an acquaintance of mine the late Court Marshal Alexei Nikolayevich Sukotin of Chernigov in getting a manuscript that exposed with unusual perfection and clarity the course and development of the secret Jewish Freemasonic conspiracy, which would bring this wicked world to its inevitable end.
The person who gave me this manuscript guaranteed it to be a faithful translation of the original documents that were stolen by a woman from one of the highest and most influential leaders of the Freemasons at a secret meeting somewhere in France—the beloved nest of Freemasonic conspiracy.
The text was purportedly brought to the United States by a Russian army officer in ; it was translated into English by Natalie de Bogory personal assistant of Harris A.
Houghtonan officer of the Department of War in June and Russian expatriate Boris Brasol soon circulated it in American government circles, specifically diplomatic and military, in typescript form,  a copy of which is archived by the Hoover Institute.
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