Soldiers of misfortune

Bonfante, Jordan
April 1997
Time International (South Pacific Edition);04/14/97, Issue 15, p37
Looks at the situation facing Soviet Army deserters who wish to stay in Germany. The Soviet soldiers facing prosecution and imprisonment back in Russia; The responsibility seen by the German government for the fate of the soldiers; The lobby by human rights advocates; Attempts of the German courts to resolve the problem; Comments from various deserters living and waiting in Germany.


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