To one who has seen Russia, unblinded by the propaganda of a few “model” institutions shown to tourists and built by foreign brains and capital, this talk of “revolution” here to better economic conditions strikes terror to the heart. One recalls those great civilizations in history which were laid to waste and were then for centuries unable to rise again.— In the Moscow “Museum of the Revolution”, I saw racks and racks of photographs taken during the Russian Revolution and its attendant famine. These pictures of people who starved to death lying in the streets where they fell, cannibalistic views of dead mothers and babies with half-eaten bodies, and revolutionary scenes of stark horror and misery, were revolting past description.

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