RUSSIA: Moscow Notes

¶Most important new project of Joseph Stalin, who already has the world's largest army (1,300,000 men who serve without pay but get their board and keep), is to have Soviet workers put together in Russia a first-class Red Navy out of parts made abroad. This incipient "Assembled Navy," the first in world history, is now in the hush-hush stage, but last week the U. S. State Department announced that the U. S. S. R. has suddenly become the largest customer for U. S. war materials, and that last month the first shipment...

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