Great Britain"s obligations towards Poland and some facts about the Curzon line by Matuszewski, Ignacy

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Published by National committee of Americans of Polish descent in New York .

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  • Curzon Line.,
  • Great Britain,
  • Poland,
  • Poland.


  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Territorial questions -- Poland.,
  • Curzon Line.,
  • Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Poland.,
  • Poland -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.

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Statementby Ignacy Matuszewski.
ContributionsNational Committee of Americans of Polish Descent.
LC ClassificationsD821.P7 M3 1945a
The Physical Object
Pagination86, [2] p.
Number of Pages86
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6484124M
LC Control Number45007824

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Rumors started swirling that Hitler was eyeing Poland next. With French support, Britain promised on Mathat if Germany made aggressive moves toward Poland, they would come to Poland.

Great Britain asserts in her Blue Book and elsewhere that she was compelled to "guaranty" Poland against "aggression" for reason of international morality. Unfortunately the British Government subsequently admitted (Under-Secretary of State Butler, House of Commons, Octo ) that the "guaranty" was aimed solely against Great Britains obligations towards Poland book.

On Augin a move meant to dissuade Germany from attacking Poland, the United Kingdom (Britain) signed a military alliance treaty with Poland which promised that if either were attacked, the other would come to their assistance.

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example of Schuschnigg and Hacha before them, they decided not to send such an emissary. At midnight on the 30th August the defendant Ribbentrop read to the British Ambassador at top speed a document containing the first precise formulation of the German demands against Poland.

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