Foreign News: A REPORTER AMONG THE PEOPLE

The Kremlin's masters tell the Russian people that the West has forgotten their great sacrifices in the war. In an eloquent Pravda article, Leonid Leonov, a Russian novelist, cried: "Under [Russian] ground, 7,000,000 warriors lie buried, the men who defended the world against the dark forces. . . . The more easterly the meridian on which blood is shed, the cheaper the blood." In fact, the West does not forget—or hold cheaply—the Russian people, dead or living. It would know more about them except for restrictions imposed by the Kremlin's masters. Last week...

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