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1949—The mass deportation from the Baltic Republics is conducted.
During the period of 19451949 142 thousand 543 Estonians, Lithuanians, and Letts are moved to Siberia, Kazakhstan and other part of the USSR. This is done on the basis of resolution of the Soviet Government, according to which subject to deportation from the Baltic republics are kulaks with families, families of bandits and nationalists, legalized bandits, who continue enemy work, and their families, as well as families of repressed bandits accomplices.

1238—The first day of a 50-day siege of a small town of Kozelsk by Tartar-Mongols.
Tartar-Mongols, who seldom encounter such strong resistance, call Kozelsk The Evil Town.

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