Breaking the old Bolshevik rule that railway casualties must be
concealed, new Commissar of Railways Lazar Kaganovich last week
revealed 62,000 accidents on Soviet lines in 1934, with destruction of
4,500 cars, damage to 7,000 locomotive and 60,000 cars, "material loss" of...
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