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KV 2/3131

Michel KEDIA: Georgian. KEDIA regarded himself as a potential leader of Georgia and opened a Bureau in Paris the function of which was to recruit agents to work in Russia and the Balkans. When the Germans invaded Russia, he was also given an office in Berlin

1944 Oct 16 - 1947 Dec 13
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The National Archives, Kew
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in its original department:   PF 601337
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Public Record
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Retained Until 2010
Record opening date:
08 March 2010

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