Within and Without (Russia 1917, Part II)

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By Chief International Correspondent

PETROGRAD, Russia — We continue our coverage back in history on the Council of People’s Commissars, just after the October Revolution.

On the walls of the committee room were four pieces of paper, detailing military, agricultural, foreign and economic issues. The one titled “Foreign Policy Problems” was surprisingly blank! Did the delegates forget that there was a Great War going on? Enemies from both within and without must be dealt with properly or the new regime would not survive.

Take some advice from the old Tsarists — the double headed eagle. One head looking east, another looking west, always vigilant.

Stay tuned for our continuing coverage.


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