RUSSIA: Giant Strides

SIX YEARS ARE WE WITHOUT LENIN, BUT WE FOLLOW LENIN'S PATH WITH GIANT STRIDES!

(Unanimous headline in every newsorgan of the Soviet Union last week on Lenin's sixth deathday.)

Electric Stride. General Electric Co. announced last week that it has begun to build at Schenectady, N. Y., the four largest hydroelectric generators in the world, each rated at well over 100,000 horsepower, all to be installed in early 1932 on the Dnieper River near Zaporozhe in the fertile, rustic Ukraine. Together the quadruple battery of titanic machines will supply enough power to light...

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