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# Count Laszlo Almasy, a Hungarian aristocrat, spied for the Germans dur

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Re: Count Laszlo Almasy, a Hungarian aristocrat, spied for the Germans dur [#permalink]
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Just a quick question over here. I just observed that the correct ans choice has 2 nations that Count spied for. Others have Germans and then Soviet Union. Are we supposed to have nation to nation over here or is it fine that Count spied for Germans and later for Soviet Union

Would love to know why what makes sense
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