Major Philip P. Graves, British journalist, hero, exposed Protocols as a forgery in 1921…

From Wikipedia.  Go to the source and read the very cool London Times article on his exposing of the anti-Semitic Protocols of the Elders of Zion as a forgery…

Major Philip Perceval Graves (February 25, 1876June 3, 1953) was a British journalist and writer.  While working as a foreign correspondent of The Times in Constantinople, he exposed The Protocols of the Elders of Zion as anti-Semitic fraud. Born in Ballylickey Manor, Cork County, Ireland, into a prominent Anglo-Irish family, Graves studied in Haileybury and Oxford University and became a prominent journalist and author. As a correspondent of The Times in Constantinople from 1908 to 1914, he reported on the events preceding World War I.  In 1914, as a British citizen, he had to leave the Ottoman Empire due to the war.  In 1915-1919, he served in the British Army in the Middle East war theatre. Graves exposed the Protocols as a forgery in The Times, August 16-18, 1921.  After the war he exposed The Protocols of the Elders of Zion as anti-Semitic forgery in a series of articles in The Times. After 1919, Graves reported from his own homeland on the Anglo-Irish War.  He worked as a foreign correspondent in India, the Levant and on the Balkans and finally returned to London to work as an editor of The Times. His most monumental work was a 21-volume history of World War II.  Graves received numerous international awards and titles, among which are French Légion d’honneur and Italian Crown order. In his journeys, Philip Graves developed an interest in entomology and published articles in scientific journals.  He was member of the Royal Irish Academy. He retired in 1946 and dedicated himself mainly to zoological hobbies.

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