Foreign News: Rail Purge

As Soviet rail transport is not going well, Railway Commissar Aleksei Bakulin was ousted last week and his commissariat turned over to Heavy Industry Commissar Lazar Kaganovich, who is very close to the Dictator. Since in nearly every part of Russia delinquent railwaymen were lined up on station platforms and dispatched by firing squads at the orders of Lazar Kaganovich the last time he was Railway Commissar, he is the logical choice.


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