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Categories: Cold War, Military history of Latvia during World War II, Post–World War II forced migrations, Military history of Lithuania during World War II, Occupation of the Baltic states
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Swedish extradition of Baltic soldiers  Balt extradition  Baltic extradition  Baltutlaemningen  Baltutlämningen
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The Swedish extradition of Baltic soldiers, or simply the Extradition of the Balts, was a controversial political event that took place in January 1946, in the aftermath of World War II when Sweden, a neutral country during the war, extradited to the Soviet Union some 150 Latvian and Estonian soldiers who had been recruited into Waffen-SS by Germany as well as 9 Lithuanian soldiers who had been fighting against the Soviet invasion of the Baltic states during the war. Wikipedia
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The Swedish extradition of Baltic soldiers, or simply the Extradition of the Balts, was a controversial political event that took place in January 1946, in the aftermath of World War II when Sweden, a neutral country during the war, extradited to the Soviet Union some 150 Latvian and Estonian soldiers who had been recruited into Waffen-SS by Germany as well as 9 Lithuanian soldiers who had been fighting against the Soviet invasion of the Baltic states during the war. Wikipedia
1945–1946 extradition of Baltic soldiers to Soviet Union Wikidata