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Poland In The Second World War Jozef Garlinski The Macmillan Press LTD 1985Poland had gained independence after the First World War but unification of Poland which was apart for such a long time created many problems Weak economy disrupted government and the population being mostly minorities group Also the Poland had to deal with two aggressive countries by her side Germany and Russia Hitler had known the situation Poland was under He knew that Poland would not agree to his demands because of their concern with their freedom and their willingness to fight for it which gave him a chance to attack Poles also had not agree for the Russian to come in with the Red Army because of their past history they knew that once they let them in the Red Army would never get out Poles decided to fight for their freedom The war resulted in Polands struggle once again They had not surrendered but once again they were back were they had started Even though Polands allies had won the war Poland remained under the influence of the Soviet Union and throughout years regained control and power On September 1938 a conference took place in Munich in which the participants were the British Prime Minister the French Premier the German Dictator and the Italian Dictator It was unanimously decided that Czechoslovakia must cede Sudetenland to Germany Garlinski pg 2 Forty-eight hours later on October 1st 1938 the Czech bends under this massive pressure and German units marched into Sudeten territory On the same day the Czechs accepted the Polish ultimatum and the Polish army begun occupying Trans-Olza Garlinski pg 2Polands participation in the dismemberment
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