[Translated Title] In Order to Irritate The Americans The Senior Soviet Commander Lt. Col. Solowjew (Second From Left) Arrived at The Spandauer War Criminal Prison On April 1, 1962. On This Day Americans Are Relieving Soviet Guards of Their Duty at The Prison. Lt. Col Solojew Entered The Prison Over The British Sector Since He Was Denied Access By Americans to West Berlin On Their Border. Spandau Prison Is in the British Sector and He Was Able to Enter Since Both The British and French Sectors Did Not Have The Same Restrictions

Chicago citation style
U.S. Information Agency. Office of European Affairs. U.S. Information Service, Bonn. (8/24/1982 - 1994). [Translated Title] In Order to Irritate The Americans The Senior Soviet Commander Lt. Col. Solowjew (Second From Left) Arrived at The Spandauer War Criminal Prison On April 1, 1962. On This Day Americans Are Relieving Soviet Guards of Their Duty at The Prison. Lt. Col Solojew Entered The Prison Over The British Sector Since He Was Denied Access By Americans to West Berlin On Their Border. Spandau Prison Is in the British Sector and He Was Able to Enter Since Both The British and French Sectors Did Not Have The Same Restrictions. 1962-04-01. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/6003200. (Accessed September 22, 2018.)
APA citation style
U.S. Information Agency. Office of European Affairs. U.S. Information Service, Bonn. (8/24/1982 - 1994), (1962-04-01) [Translated Title] In Order to Irritate The Americans The Senior Soviet Commander Lt. Col. Solowjew (Second From Left) Arrived at The Spandauer War Criminal Prison On April 1, 1962. On This Day Americans Are Relieving Soviet Guards of Their Duty at The Prison. Lt. Col Solojew Entered The Prison Over The British Sector Since He Was Denied Access By Americans to West Berlin On Their Border. Spandau Prison Is in the British Sector and He Was Able to Enter Since Both The British and French Sectors Did Not Have The Same Restrictions. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/6003200
MLA citation style
U.S. Information Agency. Office of European Affairs. U.S. Information Service, Bonn. (8/24/1982 - 1994). Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.archives.gov/id/6003200>.
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