INTERNATIONAL: Stalin and His Allies

Political tumult broke out last week with the loud echoing of Joseph Stalin's words of the week before. "... Only one thing is required: that the Allies fulfill their obligations fully and on time." The Allied peoples still did not know whether Joseph Stalin had been promised a second front, or whether he thought so. Dopesters worked up many interpretations of Stalin's remarks. But the greatest revelations of the week were a few cold facts:

U.S. Ambassador to Russia Admiral William H. Standley took off from Moscow on a trip to Washington. The...

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