Poland in the Second World War by Józef Garliński (auth.)

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Hitler had been hesitant. not yet having a clear picture of how he should proceed. He had been contemplating the establishment of a rudimentary state of Poland. the eastern border running along the line Grodno-Przemysl. and the western along the 1914 German frontier with Russia. which would have 12 or perhaps 15 million inhabitants. Such a plan would have brought pressure to bear on the Western powers and. according to Hitler. might have made it easier for them to back away from a needless war.

With 13 million inhabitants, amongst them 5 million Poles. Whereas Hitler announced openly that he was fighting for the spoils of war and for the hegemony of Germany. in Europe at least. Stalin, in a most cunning and deceitful way, was attempting to create an illusion of honesty and law-abidance. The Red Army invaded Polish soil under the pretext of spreading protection to Western Ukraine and Western Byelorussia, and it was now necessary to create a fait accompli by incorporating these territories into the Soviet empire.

Ribbentrop V. MolotovD POLISH GOVERNMENT CROSSES THE ROMANIAN BORDERS News of the Soviet note and of the Red Army's advance onto Polish territory reached the Polish leadership on the same day and hastened its decision to cross the Romanian frontier. Earlier the Polish government had been in touch with the Romanian authorities about transit through their territory and had received verbal assurance that the unofficial and relatively spet::dy passage of the President and his government to the Black Sea port of Constanta would be facilitated.

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