TITLE

On the Fear of Russia

AUTHOR(S)
Pares, Bernard
PUB. DATE
April 1943
SOURCE
New Republic;4/19/43, Vol. 108 Issue 16, p498
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the danger of world revolution in case of Soviet Union's victory over Germany in the Second World War. View of German Dictator Adolf Hitler against Bolshevism; Report that the real cause of the Russian Revolution was Marxism; Impact of the rule of the Communist Party in the Soviet union since 1921; Fight between Communist leader Joseph Stalin and Russian revolutionist Leon Trotsky; Home program of Stalin for the construction inside the Soviet Union; Report that Stalin in his work of industrialization and collectivization, which the present war has proved to have been so indispensable, had at one time been almost, at war with the main body of his own people--the peasantry; Impact of the Soviet Union's alliance with Great Britain; Report that the Communist Party has changed completely both in its objectives and in its composition in the present times; Stalin's stand for the peace and the interests of his country.
ACCESSION #
14680799

 

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