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Baggage Train leaders
- Spent most of WWII in Moscow
- Were adept Communists that were trusted by the Soviet government and followed Stalinist communism
- Were reinstated during Stalin's use of salami tactics
- Placed in Poland (Beirut), Bulgaria (Kolarov), Romania (Pauker) and Hungary (Rakosi)
- Ensured a Moscow-style Communist government in the Eastern European states that they returned to

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