RUSSIA: Justice in The Baltic

Norway under the Nazis still manages to be Norway, and even Poland keeps a species of impotent nationality in its Government General. But the Russians do things differently. Last week, as Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia officially became Russian Republics Nos. 15, 16, 17, liquidation of their nationalism began. Hundreds of men were arrested, including all leaders of former regimes that the Ogpu could lay hands on. Tribunals were set up to try and punish "traitors to the people." Traitors to the people included not only active opponents of sovietization but all those...

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