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He left Germany on March 17, and lived for a time in Prague, Czechoslovakia. When that country was threatened by Hitler in , he fled with his wife and son to Zurich. Epstein was accredited to the United Nations as foreign correspondent for a number of Swiss newspapers and also contributed articles on the growing crisis in Europe to US magazines. In , he joined the staff of the Office of War Information as language editor. In , he received an appointment to the Hoover Institution as an assistant to Dr. Epstein died in Palo Alto, California.

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He left Germany on March 17, and lived for a time in Prague, Czechoslovakia. When that country was threatened by Hitler in , he fled with his wife and son to Zurich. Epstein was accredited to the United Nations as foreign correspondent for a number of Swiss newspapers and also contributed articles on the growing crisis in Europe to US magazines.

In , he joined the staff of the Office of War Information as language editor. In , he received an appointment to the Hoover Institution as an assistant to Dr. Epstein died in Palo Alto, California. He was survived by his widow, Vally, and a son, Peter Stevens. Most were condemned to lengthy prison terms, some in the gulag , and many were executed, including some who were summarily executed within earshot of British and American troops the moment that they were handed over to the Soviets. Epstein first became aware of Operation Keelhaul in while he was doing other research at a government archive.

He was told the files notated in the card catalogue as " He had to sue the government to force them to declassify and release the files.

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Yalta Conference[ edit ] One of the conclusions of the Yalta Conference was that the western Allies would return all Soviet citizens who found themselves in their zones to the Soviet Union. This immediately affected the liberated Soviet prisoners of war , [3] but also extended to all Soviet citizens, irrespective of their wishes. In exchange, the Soviet government agreed to hand over several thousand western Allied prisoners of war whom they had liberated from German prisoner of war camps. This was done despite the official statement of the British Foreign Office policy after the Yalta Conference, that only Soviet citizens who had been such after 1 September , were to be compelled to return to the Soviet Union or handed over to Soviet officials in other locations see the Repatriation of Cossacks after World War II.

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