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October 7, 1991 | Associated Press
A former Soviet secret police commander has admitted his role in the murder of more than 6,000 Polish officers in World War II, according to a newspaper report Sunday. London's Observer newspaper said that Vladimir Tokaryev, 89, made a videotaped statement describing how the NKVD police agency, the precursor of the KGB, killed 6,925 Polish officers in April, 1940. He said 250 Poles were killed every night in secret police headquarters in Kalinin, about 100 miles northwest of Moscow.
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October 7, 1991 | Associated Press
A former Soviet secret police commander has admitted his role in the murder of more than 6,000 Polish officers in World War II, according to a newspaper report Sunday. London's Observer newspaper said that Vladimir Tokaryev, 89, made a videotaped statement describing how the NKVD police agency, the precursor of the KGB, killed 6,925 Polish officers in April, 1940. He said 250 Poles were killed every night in secret police headquarters in Kalinin, about 100 miles northwest of Moscow.
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