H. G. Wells interviews Joseph Stalin (1934)
In 1934, H G Wells arrived in Moscow to meet Soviet writers interested in
joining the international PEN Club, of which he was then president. While
there, Stalin granted him an interview. His deferential conversation was
criticised by J M Keynes and George Bernard Shaw, among others, in the New
Statesman. First published as a special NS supplement on 27 October 1934.