in [Washington .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||official documents issued by the Polish embassy in Washington by the authority of the government of the Republic of Poland|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 251 p.|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||46043498|
Polish-Soviet relations, New York, Polish Information Center, (OCoLC) Online version: Poland. Polskie Rzadowe Centrum Informacyjne, New York. Polish-Soviet relations, New York, Polish Information Center, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Poland. Polish-Soviet relations, ; official documents issued by the Polish embassy in Washington by authority of the government of the republic of Poland. Polish-Soviet relations MLA Citation. Polskie Rzadowe Centrum Informacyjne (New York, N.Y.). Polish-Soviet relations Wash Australian/Harvard Citation. Polskie Rzadowe Centrum Informacyjne (New York, N.Y.). , Polish-Soviet relations . The Polish White Book is a semi-official name of a series of comprehensive reports published during World War II by the Ministry of Information of the Polish government-in-exile in London, England, dealing with Polish-German relations before and after the German-Soviet aggression against publication, released in English, French, German and Polish between and
Format: Book; xiv, , p. ; 23 cm. Official documents concerning Polish-German and Polish-Soviet relations | National Library of Australia National Library of Australia. I must conclude by declaring that the work constitutes a major contribution to the history of Polish-Soviet relations."—Alfred Erich Senn, Canadian Slavonic Papers "Borzecki has done for the Treaty of Riga what Wheeler-Bennet did for Brest Litovsk - this is the definitive history of the negotiations which brought an end to the Russo-Polish War. This is a history of the Polish-Soviet war of Its treatment of military matters is reasonably strong, but its coverage of the political situation is far from perfect. It tends to be very generous to Pilsudski. Also the book was written in and somewhat suffers from having been written from a cold war s: Polish army officers, police, gendarmes, and civilians taken prisoner by the Red Army when it invaded eastern Poland in September were held in three special NKVD camps and executed at three different sites in spring , of which the one in Katyn Forest is the most famous.
2. Polish-Soviet Diplomacy: January-March 3. The Borisov Negotiations Why Borisov on 10 April ? Polish-Soviet Negotiations: 28 March April Responsibility for the Breakdown in Diplomatic Relations. Includes "Polish-Soviet Relations, " by exiled Polish Government (p. ). Edition Notes Microfiche Note: Part 4 begins on microfiche No. 5 of texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top Documents on Polish-Soviet relations, Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Polish-Soviet Relations, Official Documents. Washington, DC: Polish Embassy, Senn, Alfred Erich, "Lithuania's Fight for Independence: The Polish Evacuation of Vilnius, July ," Baltic Review, no. 23 (November ), pp. United States, Department of State, Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States.