London Times, 2 April 1906, p. 6: THE KRONSTADT MUTINY. ST. PETERSBURG, APRIL 1.*

The Naval Court, before which have been tried 207 men accused of complicity in the Kronstadt mutiny of November last, has acquitted 81 of the prisoners. The sentences on those found guilty include one of penal servitude for life, and one of 20, four of 12, two of eight, and one of six years’ penal servitude. A number were condemned to terms of from one to four years’ imprisonment, with loss of civil rights, and others to enrolment in disciplinary battalions. The Court also found that the naval and provincial authorities did not lend the required assistance in the suppression of the mutiny.

Provided by Stephen McLaughlin