Transport: Russian Sample

For 15 years the U.S.S.R. has carefully watched the progress of invention in other countries, has tried generally with success to buy samples of many of the newest and best machines in order to copy them for home production. Thus it is possible in the vast Soviet Union to see the newest machinery, the latest street car, the last word in streamlined busses—imported as models. The Soviet is presently to see the world's newest, biggest airplane—built in the U. S.—long before any such craft exists in any other country. Last week, after months...

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