Wiktor, You know yourself you are lying. Millions weren't sent to Sibiria - there was hardly time between 1939 to 1941 to do such purges even for a murderous regime that the soviet communists were. Among those sent into exhile, most didn't die; most of those who were sent to Gulags didn't survive, I agree (my grandfather was one of the lucky few - he was menshevik but was lucky to get "only" 10 years). You'll also be lying to deny that many ethnic Latvians did in fact like the communists (remember the "Litovskie Strelki" ?). Your arguments hardly make sense since in Estonia there hardly were any Jewish communists (Jewish community numbered no more than 5,000 and they were traders mostly, hardly communists supporters) yet they were almost all murdered by Baltic Nazis.
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