In October 1946 several thousand German specialists working in aeronautical engineering were forcibly relocated, along with their families, to the Soviet Union, where they were obliged to work for the Soviet aviation industry. This resettlement was part of German reparations following the Second World War. The specialists lived with their families near Moscow for years before they were allowed to return to Germany.
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