Alexandre du Chayla

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Count Armand Alexandre de Blanquet du Chayla (1885–1945) was a French nobleman who converted to Russian Orthodoxy. He is chiefly remembered for giving crucial evidence and/or testimony for the prosecution at the Berne Trial in 1935 against the notorious Protocols of Zion.

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  • Norman Cohn
Warrant for Genocide
( London: Serif, 1967, 1996 )
ISBN 1-897959-25-7
pp. 93, 94–5, 97 et seq., 105, 128, 244

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