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Ruud and Stepanov [p. 208] tell of how, on May 14, 1921, an article appeared in () linking Rachkovsky to the Protocols. The French author was the Count , who claimed he was a guest of Nilus in 1909 and saw in his home a French language manuscript of the Protocols written in several hands and having a blue ink blotch on its first page. Du Chayla claims Nilus told him he'd received the manuscript from a Paris resident named "Madame K", whose source was Rachkovsky. In (L. Fry), there is information about du Chayla's character from a Russian lady named Tatiana Fermor, who was prompted to respond to his articles that supposedly refuted the Protocols. Fermor met du Chayla on her estate in the then White Russia, in a village near Moguileff, and du Chayla was purportedly a devotee of Russian Orthodoxy. "Beautifully sculptured angels in the Renaissance style were removed from the chapel" of the local monastery. In the opinion of du Chayla, they were "too Catholic", and he smashed them with a hammer. He exhibited a hatred for Jews, and often told Fermor that "One must have a good pogrom in Russia". So Fermor was astonished to see that du Chayla had come out against the Protocols, so-called propaganda that was supposed to stir up hatred against the Jews. Du Chayla had also praised the books of Édouard Drumont, who'd worked to expose how the Jews had taken control of France, and yet by 1921, du Chayla was attacking Drumont! Du Chayla was also arrested for espionage, and eventually in 1919 du Chayla was tried by court martial and convicted of seditious activities in the pay of the Soviets.

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