Newborn USSR through the lens of American missionary

The development of industry in urban areas was hampered by food shortages and the unwillingness of the peasantry to supply towns and cities with bread at low prices.

The development of industry in urban areas was hampered by food shortages and the unwillingness of the peasantry to supply towns and cities with bread at low prices.

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For three weeks in 1926, photographer and Christian social worker Sidney D. Gamble traveled through the Soviet Union together with Sherwood Eddy.
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