The Press: Difficult to Understand

As Russian publications go, Soviet War and the Working Class circulation is small (200,000); but as a triggerman for Soviet targets abroad (Herbert Hoover, Chiang Kaishek, Pope Pius XII, John L. Lewis) the magazine is closely watched by diplomats and newsmen. Last week its first English-language edition had arrived in London by air—to be followed fortnightly by 20,000 copies for distribution in the U.S., the British Empire, Latin America, the Middle East and China.*

Along with the first English copies came Editor Andrei Danilov. A geographer before he was a journalist, he looks like...

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