Raining in Moscow

June 1952
Time;6/9/1952, Vol. 59 Issue 23, p41
The article focuses on the change in the affiliation of former Rumanian Communist Ana Pauker who became a military personnel of Russia in the 1940s. It mentions that her luck came when she was exchanged by Romanian Prime Minister Ion Antonescu for the Peasant Party leader Ion Codreanu who was held by the Russians in the early part of 1941. When she was back in Bucharest, Romania in 1944, she was no longer the communist but instead she personified the power of the Russians.


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