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NAZI SOVIET PACT
Treaty of Non-Aggression between Germany and the Soviet Union and also
known as the Ribbentrop­Molotov Pact
1930s Joseph Stalin became increasingly concerned that the Soviet Union would be invaded
by Germany.
Stalin believed the best way to of…

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Germany in the Treaty of Versailles.
Despite this, Poland enjoyed a friendly relationship with Hitler's Germany until 1939. This
was because the Polish government sympathised with the Nazi's authoritarian and
anti-semitic policies. At first Poland found it hard to take Hitler's…

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Germans were unhappy about the land given to Poland by the Treaty of Versailles,
Hitler pretended that he just wanted to get back 'Polish corridor' which split Germany in
two.
In May 1939 he told the German Generals. that he wanted…

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27: The Siege of Warsaw comes to an end as Polish forces surrender. German forces
enter the city on October 1, 1939.
28: Polish government in exile set up in Paris with Raczkiewicz and Wladyslaw
Sikorski as Commander-in-Chief.

OCTOBER
1: The…

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