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Skandal Metro-Vickers adalah sebuah krisis internasional yang timbul dari penangkapa enam warga negara Inggris dan pengadilan publik mereka pada 1933 oleh otoritas di Uni Soviet atas tuduhan "meruntuhkan" ekonomi dan espionase. Pengadilan acara tersebut meraih sorotan pers mancanegara, menimbulkan kritisisme publik yang besar atas dakwaan pelanggaran proses hukum, dan berujung pada dakwaan dan deportasi para terdakwanya, setelah tekanan diplomatik ekstensif.

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