J. T. Murphy

Russia on the March

a study of Soviet Foreign Policy

Date: 1941
Publisher: Stephen Austin and Sons, Ltd., Hertford for John Lane the Bodley Head Ltd., London.
Transcription/Markup: Brian Reid
Proofreader: Chris Clayton
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1. Introduction

2. The Aims of the Bolsheviks

3. The Struggle for Life

4. The Peace and Trade Policy

5. Collective Security

6. ‘Strict Neutrality’

7. ‘Interests—Direct and Indirect’

8. Is an Anglo-Soviet Pact possible?

9. Conclusions