TITLE

Red hand over Asia

PUB. DATE
September 1948
SOURCE
America;9/18/1948, Vol. 79 Issue 24, p504
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The author warns the Westerners regarding the plans of Russia to introduce and convert Asian nations to communism. He notes the Asian countries with the biggest populations including China, Burma, Indonesia and North Korea, which have been influenced by the Soviets in terms of government systems, citing the established communist bodies such as the East Turkestan Republic, Burmese Communists and other local communist parties.
ACCESSION #
35248805

 

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