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Gregori Alexander MESSEN-JASCHIN: Latvian. A banker who was reported in 1940 to have had a business relationship with Goering, during the Second World War, MESSEN-JASCHIN was influential with Nazi officialdom, exceptionally obtaining permission to export coking coal from Germany. In the 1950s he was involved in trade in strategic material with the USSR for his company SFINDEX
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