THE NATIONS: The Russians March

In New York last week, the UNO Security Council did not know whether Russian troops were moving into or out of Iran. TIME Correspondent Harry Zinder flew over northern Iran, cabled:

"Over the Caspian we flew wavetop high. At one point we were within 50 miles of the Russian frontier. We ran across troops on the move at the confluence of the Send and Shah Rivers. A long column of horse-drawn artillery and trucks, two miles long", stretched along both sides of the road in a hairpin bend. Several hundred troops basked in the sun alongside the vehicles. There must...

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