The Nazi-Soviet pact: a betrayal of communists by communists
Why did the Russians exile those true to their cause? The failures of the communist project are often overlooked. Bini Adamczak guides us through the era that saw Soviet Russians deport German and Austrian communist emigrants back to Nazi Germany, months before the beginning of World War II. In this striking look into the Hitler-Stalin pact, we discover what happened to these deportees on their return.
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