Let G = A*HB be the free product of the groups A and B amalgamating the proper subgroup H and let R be a ring with 1. If H is finite and G is not finitely generated we show that any non-zero ideal I of R(G) intersects non-trivially with the group ring R(M), where M = M(I) is a subgroup of G which is a free product amalgamating a finite normal subgroup. This result compares with A. I. Lichtman's results in  but is not a direct generalisation of these.
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