GENERAL: "A HUNGRY ARMY IS NO ARMY."
Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 82
Maj. Gen.Aleksandr Artemov told Trud August 23 "that thereis every indication that in the near future, the situation withfood supplies in the army, not only in remote garrisons, but alsoin Moscow itself, will get out of hand." As of now, he said,bakeries are refusing to supply the military with bread untilthe government pays for it, and the army is left without potatoesand other vegetables. He called for urgent measures to improvethe situation, noting that "a hungry army is no army."
Moscow Workers Demonstrate Against New Russians.