National Geographic : 1944 Dec
Karaganda, a City of White Public Buildings and Apartment Houses, Looks Like Anything but aCoal-mining Center intheDesert Lenin in stone occupies the place of honor before the town hall. Shrubs are typical of the cultivated greenerythat makes this agarden city (page 673). Front-line Veterans on Crutches Are Almost the Only Men in Shushenskoe In Siberia the Red Army's wounded enjoy quiet, ample food, and summer sunshine. The author saw many convalescent soldiers inparks and streets (page 664).