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HU OSA 300-1-2-5583
"180 Soviet Soldiers Die in a Presumed Train Sabotage", 29 August 1951. HU OSA 300-1-2-5583; Records of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Research Institute: General Records: Information Items; Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest.
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