The Riddle of Russia

Christitch, E.
September 1921
America;9/3/1921, Vol. 25 Issue 20, p463
The article focuses on the challenges faced by Russia in 1921. It mentions that the country suffered from famine while it is still in the chaotic state produced by violent changes that meant change only instead of improvement. It stresses that the country struggled mainly on religious problem for all who would guide or influence the destinies of the people.


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