Soviet Union: Moscow's Aim: Split NATO


The "peace"offensive against Europe tries to block U.S. missiles

With the rows of medals on his full-dress uniform gleaming under the television lights, Soviet Defense Minister Dmitri Ustinov stepped to the podium in the Kremlin's modernistic Palace of Congresses late last week to report on the state of the country. In his address, delivered on the eve of a national holiday marking the 64th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution, Ustinov lectured Washington on its belligerent rhetoric. Charged Ustinov: "Its high-ranking representatives declare with cynical disregard for the destinies of peoples that...

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