Behind the Urals: An American worker in Russia's City of Steel
by Scott, John
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1973. viii, 279 p., softcover. Scott, who here provides a sunny view of industrial life and war preparation under Stalin based on five years of living in Magnitogorsk, was later accused of working for Soviet intelligence during his time in the OSS. (Inventory #: 123268)
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