QUESTION: Kaarlo Tuomi, born in UP, followed the Red-Finn movement with his family, leaving to settle in Karelia, a Soviet region on the border with Finland. Following serving for the Soviet Union in World War II, he was recruited to be a spy for the KGB because he was a native English speaker with an American birth certificate. He was eventually caught by the FBI, who persuaded him to become a double agent against the Soviets. What town was Kaarlo he born in?
Answer: B, Rock.