RUSSIA: Organized Hunger

With a hard winter before him Colonel Frederick Pope, foremost U. S. consultant in the building of Soviet nitrate fixation plants, sailed from Manhattan last week on his seventh voyage to Russia.

"If there is a famine in the Soviet Union," said Colonel Pope, ''it will be the best organized famine in the world. It will be so distributed that no one section of the country actually will starve." Last August the Colonel took to the U. S. State Department what his office calls "a definite message from the Soviet Government that they...

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