Hitler, Stalin and the Destruction of Poland

In 1939 a stunned international community absorbed the news that Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia, hated and implacable enemies, had signed a non-agression pact. The treaty between them contained a hidden clause, one which divided Poland between the two murderous regimes. This ebook explores the Nazi-Soviet division of Poland and the fate of the Poles and Poland's Jews. It also explores the Soviet Union's disasterous war against Finland, and Hitler's plans in the run up to the invasion of the USSR itself. Explaining History is a series of ebook titles dedicated to making 20th Century history accessible for all readers, ideal for enthusiasts, students and readers who want to know more. Hitler, Stalin and the Destruction of Poland, by Nick Shepley is packaged with an easy to use book reader. This app is published by Digi-Media-Apps. Once the app has been downloaded, you do not need an internet connection, so the book can be enjoyed anywhere.

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  • Built in Book Reader - Download and read
  • Fixed text positioning on page turns for relaxed reading
  • Table of Contents - Quickly skip to chapters
  • Variable Font Size
  • Internet connection NOT required to read the book
  • Bookmark any paragraph to quickly return to a place of interest
  • Light and dark screen modes
  • Enable roaming to synchronize bookmarks and current page setting between devices

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