Victor E Marsden
Victor Emile Marsden (1866 – October 28, 1920) was a journalist, translator and Russian correspondent to the London morning post. A European patriot and wise to Jewish manipulation, “Marsden was imprisoned by the Jewish Bolsheviks during the Bolshevik Revolution, escaped and returned to Great Britain. In spite of bad health he is most well-known for translating what became the most read English language version of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. The earliest known imprint of this translation was published in 1923, posthumously.
“The Protocols is the plan by which a handful of Jews, who compose the Sanhedrin, aim to rule the world by first destroying Christian civilization. Not only are the Protocols genuine, in my opinion, but they have been almost entirely fulfilled.” – Jewish Attorney, Henry Klein 1950