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Russia (British Propaganda)

Volume 387: debated on Wednesday 3 March 1943

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asked the Minister of Information what steps are being taken to explain to the public of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics the magnitude and importance of the war effort of this country to the common cause?

All the means of publicity at our disposal are being used for this purpose. A daily news service and a weekly war commentary are despatched from London for the use of the Soviet Press and radio. Articles, photographs, films and translations of books are regularly sent. In addition, a weekly newspaper, "The British Ally," is widely distributed in the U.S.S.R., and a large photographic exhibition has been opened in Moscow.