British Organs of Propaganda Inciting World War I
From the previously censored American activities pages of Charles Masterman’s Wellington House War Propaganda Bureau, just provided by the National Archives
Archivist. (Sep. 1916). Third Report on the [propaganda] work conducted for the Government at Wellington House, Signed in 1916 Sept, 124 pp + map, Cat. Ref. CAB 37/156/6. The National Archives. )This version supplied is missing pp. 8,11,13 and 14, the last 3 all from the US section).
British writers signed up to write anti-German fiction about WWI
Charles Masterman (Rhodes relative), carrying forward Cecil Rhode’s Manifesto for The Round Table and Milner’s Kintergarten:
“PLACING OF ARTICLES” IN US NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES
Concealed interference from any appearance that the British Government was behind it… to “form right judgment”
Charles Masterman claims great efforts at private interference
American collaborators with the British War Propaganda Bureau (he would not have mentioned them to the War Cabinet otherwise)
War was Masterman’s opportunity to implement the Rhodes/Milner Jesuit stealth plan of influence.
Partial list of British propaganda collaborators
Sir Henry Norman. (Mar. 07, 1902 confirmed Oct. 11, 1912). British Government-Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company, Limited [SECRET] Contract with the Post-Master General Herbert Samuel confirms agreement on Mar. 07, 1912 to erect six wireless stations, HC Deb 11 October 1912 vol 42 cc667-750. UK Parliament, Hansard.
Milner was a monster
Humphreys-Owen, MP. (Mar. 04, 1902). South African War – Concentration Camps, Vol. 104. UK Parliament, Hansard.
Lloyd-George. (Jun. 17, 1901). South African War – Mortality in Camps of Detention, HC Deb 17 June 1901 vol 95 cc573-629. UK Parliament, Hansard.