Foreign News: Riddle

As the British and the Russians again began barter talks last week, Europe was still waiting to learn the answer to the riddle of how much bartering Tovarish Stalin was prepared to do with Führer Hitler. Commodity chiefly dealt in so far was talk:

> From Berlin it was announced that the Soviet Union would deliver to Germany, within the next two months, 1,000,000 tons of badly needed fodder. Skeptics, figuring out that this would mean a daily delivery of 16,666 tons, doubted that the Russian railroads could handle such volume, believed it would...

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