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Attached is an article from a 1935 issue of THE LITERARY DIGEST concerning the pre-World War II expansion of Stalin's Red Army:

"Premier Vyacheslav M. Molotov (1890 1986) pictured the Soviet Union as a lusty young giant strong enough to defend itself from both the East and the West in the keynote speech of the Seventh All Union Congress of Soviets, the Soviet Parliament."

"In proof of this claim it was shown that in the last two years the Soviet Government had increased the strength of the Red Army from 562,000 men in 1932 to 940,000 in 1934."

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 The Expansion of the Red Army (Literary Digest, 1935)

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