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This is the third podcast episode in our series in which we seek to explain the events and context of the June 1919 Race Riots. This episode shows a range of events across the British Empire that were part of an environment that demonstrate the British Government of David Lloyd George believed all actions were acceptable in order to ensure that there was no Bolshevik revolution in Britain or within its Empire.

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