Foreign News: Railways

A report was issued by the League of Nations on railway conditions in Russia. The information is collected from reports of travellers and relief workers and the periodical reports emanating from the Soviet Government. The principal points of interest are:

The Government is now operating more line mileage than when it came into power.

The number of railway men employed on Jan. 1, 1922, exceeded the number employed in 1913 by 117,970.

The present situation is causing the Government considerable anxiety. There has been a wild outcry against the high rates on the one hand,...

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