Invasion of Poland

In Sep 1939, unlikely allies Germany and Soviet Union jointly invaded Poland, starting the war in Europe. Over five million would die during the German-Soviet invasion, the occupations, and the later Soviet invasion, which represented a staggering 14% of the Polish population.

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