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The force behind the Slav home army
PETROGRAD, July 13, 1916 (UP) - City men and farmers, the landed gentry and villagers are today a solid organization in Russia, and under the name of "The Central Committee" are working to support the army and win the war.
Slav leader tells story of co-operation
PETROGRAD, July 14, 1916 (UP) - "Until now we Russians have been building upon sand. At last we are commencing to build on rock, and our work will stand."
Russia made a better nation by world war
PETROGRAD, July 17, 1916 (UP) - "War is not all bad," Pastor Charles Wagner, author of "The Simple Life," said to me in Paris in December, 1914.
Democracy controls Russia, czar abdicates
PETROGRAD, via LONDON, March 16, 1917 (UP) -- Democracy controls Russia.
Russia steps from autocracy to democracy
LONDON, March 16, 1917 (UP) - Russia has stepped from archaic autocracy to ultra-modern democracy in three short days.
Chronology of the Russian revolution
March 8 (Thursday) - Shortage of bread caused unrest. Workingmen struck at various munitions factories. Hungry people raided food shops.
Russians now plan republic
PETROGRAD, March 17, 1917 (UP) - The triumph of democracy in Russia was assured today.
Russian girls pledged to kill themselves if captured
PETROGRAD, July 30, 1917 (UP) - Russia's women soldiers have pledged themselves to take their own lives rather than become German war prisoners.
Full power given again to Kerensky
PETROGRAD, Aug. 6, 1917 (UP) - A democracy that has created within itself a rule of absolutism, approved by the people, was Russia's latest contribution to "war governments" today.
Russians say socialism has been failure
MOSCOW, Aug. 17, 1917 (UP) - Socialism has failed in Russia.
U.S. optimistic about Russia
WASHINGTON, Aug. 24, 1917 (UP) - That Russia will fight on - not collapse - was the general official view here today.
New Russia to keep freedom, says Kerensky
MOSCOW, Aug. 27, 1917 (UP) - Russia will maintain her democracy at all costs. She intends to use the weapons of the old regime against those who would have the old autocracy overthrow the new freedom.
Bolsheviks fire into crowd during parade
PETROGRAD, Aug. 29, 1917 (UP) - What is a Bolshevik?
Slavs want Korniloff executed
PETROGRAD, Sept. 15, 1917 (UP) - General Korniloff misjudged Russia; therefore Russia is demanding that Korniloff die.
Radicals make demand for democratic republic
LONDON, Sept. 15, 1917 (UP) - A "democratic republic" at once, as the solution of Russia's internal difficulties, is demanded in resolutions approved by the Petrograd Council of Workmen and Soldiers. The vote was 297 to 115.
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