The Soviet system is now turning out engineers, scientists, teachers, craftsmen, economists and farm experts faster than Western education can. How is it done? Here’s an expert’s report on a little-understood aspect of the world crisisBy Dr. GEORGE S. COUNTS22 min
My home used to be in Budapest, in Hungary, but for almost two years now I have lived and worked as a pastry cook in Toronto. Last fall, during the Hungarian uprising, I left my new home and my job and my wife and went back to that troubled land. The reason was simple: my fifteen-year-old son Istvan, or Steve, was still there and I wanted him to be free.By STEVE SZEMETI16 min
With a Montreal friend, Bart Morgan, I was touring Europe by motorcycle in the spring of 1933 when the driving chain broke and our vehicle stuttered to a stop in a small village on the edge of the Badacsony wine district in Hungary. A crowd gathered but we knew not a word of Magyar, which was all they spoke.By A. Davidson Dunton3 min
Anastasia: Ingrid Bergman’s first “Hollywood" picture in seven years was actually filmed in Europe under Hollywood auspices, but it should speed her triumphal return to the American movie capital. The Swedish actress gives an Oscar-worthy performance in the role of a mystery woman who may or may not be the surviving daughter of the slaughtered Czar of Russia, and her transformation from drabness to splendor is exciting to behold.By CLYDE GILMOUR3 min
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