World War II Soviet Union - Nazi Germany: 1939–1941 pact

World War II Soviet Union - Nazi Germany: 1939–1941 pact

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World War II Soviet Union - Nazi Germany: 1939–1941 pact

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Tags: World Europe EU Soviet Union Nazi Nazi Germany Germany KGB Putin Stalin Adolf Hitler Russia about this map information Gestapo - NKVD conferences Germany invaded Poland on 1 September 1939 starting World War II Stalin waited until September 17th before launching his own invasion of Poland.[3] Part of the Karelia and Salla regions of Finland were annexed by the Soviet Union after the Winter War. This was followed by Soviet annexations of Estonia Latvia Lithuania and parts of Romania (Bessarabia northern Bukovina and the Hertza region). It was known at the Nuremberg trials the existence of the secret protocol of the German–Soviet pact regarding the planned divisions of these territories.[2] The invasion of Bukovina violated the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact as it went beyond the Soviet sphere of influence agreed with the Axis.[4] After taking around 300 000 Polish prisoners in 1939 and early 1940 [35][36][37][38] NKVD officers conducted lengthy interrogations of the prisoners in camps that were in effect a selection process to determine who would be killed.[39] On March 5 1940 pursuant to a note to Stalin from Lavrenty Beria the members of the Soviet Politburo (including Stalin) signed and 22 000 military and intellectuals were executed they were labelled "nationalists and counterrevolutionaries" kept at camps and prisons in occupied western Ukraine and Belarus. This became known as the Katyn massacre.[39][40][41] Major-General Vasili M. Blokhin chief executioner for the NKVD personally shot 6 000 of the captured Polish officers in 28 consecutive nights which remains one of the most organized and protracted mass murders by a single individual on record.[42][43] During his 29-year career Blokhin shot an estimated 50 000 people [44] making him ostensibly the most prolific official executioner in recorded world history.[42] Kalinin (Tver) massacre 1940 War crimes of the Nazi Germany in Poland Polska Poland history knowledge map mapping mindmap


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