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STABLE PEACE GOES WITH BLOOD INTERESTS OF HUMANITY,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
A translation is given of a document by Lenin, purportedly from the 44th volume of the complete collection of his works. This document, written Feb. 24, 1922, is claimed to define the position of the Soviet delegation to a conference in Genoa, the first international conference in which the Soviet Government participated. The Soviet delegation reportedly designed a broad program of peace and friendship between nations, one point of which was an agreement on total disarmament. Comment accompanying this document is to the effect that innate interests of most of humanity require a stable peace, a cessation of world wars.
Unedited rough draft trans. from Pravda (Moscow) 1964, no. 103(16689) 12 Apr, p. 3.