How Russia Fights

October 1942
New Republic;10/12/42, Vol. 107 Issue 15, p458
Discusses the mobilization of economic resources of the Soviet Union for military purposes. Accomplishment of militarization of industry in the Soviet Union; Comments on the control of the Soviet Union government on its industry; Increase in plants engaged in war industries; Statement that there was a considerable increase in the output of petroleum and the quantity of refined gasoline, kerosene and oils for aviation and cars; Increase in industrial production.


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