RUSSIA: Naive Untruths

"The Soviet Government can only express regret at Mr. Kellogg's fantastic attacks. . . .

"Whether the question at issue is the miners' strike in England, or an attack by the American Navy against the independent Republic of Nicaragua, or the shooting of people in Java and Sumatra, there is always made by the statesmen of Great Britain, or the United States, or the Netherlands, the same justification, the 'plots and intrigues' of the Bolshevist Government."

Thus read a statement released in English last week by the Soviet Foreign Office in reply...

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