April 20, 1987 in History
Event:
U.S. deports Karl Linnas, charged with nazi war crimes, to U.S.S.R.




Related Topics:
charged
crimes
deports
Karl
Linnas
Nazi
War

Related Year:
1987

Related Events:
April 20





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