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On 23 August 1939, Russia (USSR) and Nazi Germany signed the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact where they agreed to each take half of Poland. Despite Poland’s valiant participation on the side of the Allies in World War II, they were sold out at Yalta, left in the hands of Russia-USSR, and did not become free again until 1989.
The Unconquered Movie Press Pack Photo. The very short movie may be seen here http://www.theunconquered-movie.com or here: http://youtu.be/Q88AkN1hNYM
Background-explanation of most of the scenes in the movie The Unconquered, as found here: http://www.theunconquered-movie.com :
1 Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact
On 23 August 1939, preparing for aggression against their neighbours and claiming the right to rule the whole world, two totalitarian states, communist Russia and Nazi Germany, signed one of the most criminal pacts in the history of mankind.
2 On the eve of the war
After 1935, the Germans began to implement the…
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