By James Purves-Stewart
Originally released in 1933, this quantity was once written by way of a practising health care provider who visited Russia in the course of the summer time of 1932. even supposing the booklet makes no declare to supply something greater than a temporary view of the regularly altering of Russian existence, the image it provides to people who knew Russia ahead of the good warfare is unrecognizable. saw through clinical eyes, this quantity bargains a particular perspective, diverse from the opposite newshounds writing on the time, however the language continues to be available for the non-medic.
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