INTERNATIONAL: Rabbit Bites Bear

Some of the World could understand why the Soviet Government might be apprehensive. Leningrad, industrial and railroad centre of North Russia, birthplace of the Soviet State, with nearly as many inhabitants as all of Finland together, was within artillery range of a country which 20 years ago swarmed with enemy Germans threatening invasion. But most of the World could not forgive the crude cynical fabrication of incidents, lame excuses and low-comedy lies to prove how the mighty but peace-loving Union of Soviet

Socialist Republics, with an overpowering advantage in citizens, Army and...

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