Our understanding of the results of the First World War is undergoing a second wind in connection with the rethinking of the past as a secondary interpretation of events. The press can be seen as a complex informational whole, in the structure of which the subtext played a significant role in manipulating public consciousness. This article analyses newspaper publications from Siberia in the period 1917-1921 with the aim of understanding the manipulative potential of the linguoinforneme of the anti-Bolshevik newspapers Nashe Delo (Irkutsk) and Golos Narodnoy Armii (Tobolsk). The choice of sources relates to their use of various manipulative strategies to target the various social strata of Russian society. © 2021 Muzeul Municipal Ioan Raica Sebes. All rights reserved.