These Russian Secrets Were Kept Under Lock and Key, But Now the Strange Truth is…
German and Sovietic officers debating about the division of Poland in Brześć Litewski . Poland 22 September 1939
Starvation was vast during the Russian Revolution. These refugee children, their bellies distended from malnutrition, gave mute testimony in 1921 to the famine that killed as many as 6 million people. The Molokans that were able to leave Russia before the he worst natural disaster in Europe since the Black Plague in the Middle Ages. Five million Russians died.
Treballadors! (Workers!) by José Bardasano, 1938. Contributor: Catalunya. Front Popular Imprenta: Gráficas Ultra, S.A.