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Newsmen hear Russian Ambassador. Washington, D.C., April 22. Russian Ambassador Alexander Troyanovsky speaking before the National Press Club today attacked those who criticize the Soviet Union because it has certain elements of dictatorship. The Union he said, "is fundamentally on the side of democracy but is surrounded by enemies and must defend ourselves [?] if intrenched in a military camp," 4/22/1937
Newsmen hear Russian Ambassador. Washington, D.C., April 22. Russian Ambassador Alexander Troyanovsky speaking before the National Press Club today attacked those who criticize the Soviet Union because it has certain elements of dictatorship. The Union he said, "is fundamentally on the side of democracy but is surrounded by enemies and must defend ourselves [?] if intrenched in a military camp," 4/22/1937
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