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Documents on Polish-Soviet relations 1939-1945.

General Sikorski Historical Institute.

Documents on Polish-Soviet relations 1939-1945.

by General Sikorski Historical Institute.

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Published by Heinemann in London .
Written in English


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Pagination868p.,25cm
Number of Pages868
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General Sikorski Historical Institute, Documents on Polish-Soviet Relations, volume II, – (London: Heinemann, ). Hereafter cited as Documents on Polish-Soviet Relations. Joseph W. Stilwell, The Stilwell Papers (New York: William Sloane Associates, ). Official Documents Concerning Polish-German and Polish-Soviet Relations the Polish White Book; General Sikorski Historical Institute. Documents on Polish-Soviet Relations, ; Russia (Soviet Union) British-Soviet Relations in the Cold War (LSE Ideas) Debras, Jan ed. Soviet Documents on Foreign Policy 3 v. Russia.

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It’s the material M. Fainsod used in for his fundamental book (see DIIb. below). eds., Nazi-Soviet Relations, Documents from the Archives of the German Foreign Office, Washington, D.C.: Dept. of State, (Westport, CT, ); Generak Sikorski Historical Institute, Documents on Polish-Soviet Relations, , 2 vols. For the English translation, see Stanisław Biegański et al., eds., Documents on Polish-Soviet Relations , vol. 1. (London: Heinemann, ), doc. 6. The pact was to be automatically extended for two years, unless denounced by one of the two .


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