Washington Notes

July 1941
New Republic;7/28/41, Vol. 105 Issue 4, p116
Discusses of how the Soviet Union is performing in the war with Germany. Destruction caused to the German army; Requirement of Commissars in the U.S.; Delay in the meeting of the Congress of Industrial Organizations Executive Council owing to illness of President Philip Murray; Comments on the American defense effort; Distribution of a mineographed handout by the Soviet Embassy, containing the statements of prominent Russians and other propaganda material.


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