In Communist Russia ES
was interested to find religion still being practised. She and Ruth Fry
met the Minister of Education and were told that 11,000 new schools had been built and more were needed...
27 June 1904
The Times printed Tolstoy
's letter on the Russian-Japanese war, Bethink Yourselves, which was translated by Isabella Fyvie Mayo
, as I. F. M., and Vladimir Grigorevich Chertkov
1 August 1905
Isabella Fyvie Mayo
(as I. F. M.) and Vladimir Grigorevich Chertkov
(or V. Tchertkoef) published a translation of another letter from Tolstoy
to the London Times, A Great Iniquity.