RUSSIA: Anti-Semitism?

The brief Soviet-Japanese warfare at Changkufeng Hill, ending in a truce in August after the Red Army forces had been driven back off the crest, is still featured in Soviet papers almost daily. Articles speak rosily of "our Red Army's glorious victory over the Japanese Fascist jackals." Last week the Communist Party's official organ Pravda ("Truth") noted that the 6,500th Red Army hero of Changkufeng Hill has now been given a Soviet medal, editorialed: "Heroism has become a mass phenomenon in our country. . . . Indeed, heroism is a routine matter...

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