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  1. In your research did you come across Cmdr. Oliver Locker-Lampson? Am doing some research on him, he was my godfather.
    Regards Christopher Dreyfus (ex-member of RUSI’s Council)

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    1. I have sent a reply from my email account. Cmdr Oliver Locker-Lampson was a gallant MP who served with distinction in Archangel. In 1919, he became PPS to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Austen Chamberlain. He was first cousin to Miles Lampson, the British Consul in Siberia when the prisoners were captured in Krasnoyarsk and would have attended Cabinet discussions about the abandoned prisoners in 1920.

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  2. I’m trying to find out about a distant cousin of mine, George Alfred Scott, who according to family lore was held prisoner in Siberia after the Revolution. Although British and Cambridge educated he was born in Russia in 1890 as his father was a Linguistics Professor at St Petersburg University. I’m really struggling to find any information about him and have no idea whether he was part of the group you have researched but would welcome any information you may have and/or advice about sources. Thanks

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