December 1960
New Yorker;12/3/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 42, p167
An excerpt from an article on American soldiers sentenced to jail for visiting Communist East Germany published in an issue of the "Philadelphia Inquirer" newspaper in 1960 is presented.


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