Foreign News: WE DON'T WANT WAR

To Russians the echo of the German guns is still a vivid memory—strong and loud enough to make itself heard even above the polemics of the Soviet radio and press. As much as any people, more than most, the Russians want peace with the rest of the world. Last week, TIME Correspondent Samuel Welles, after talking to some peace-loving Russians, cabled:

Last week I had a talk with some Russian workers and their children, at a small repair shop on a side street near a school. My companion and I were the first Americans they had ever seen.

The shop had three workers—the...

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