Polish Boundary

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Polish-Soviet Dispute and the United Nations

Overlapping Polish-Soviet Territorial Claims

The polish-soviet boundary dispute, which has produced a series of crises during recent months, is again becoming acute as the Red Army drives German forces farther back through the territory of prewar Poland in its 1944 offensive.

The overlapping territorial claims of the Moscow government and the Polish government-in-exile at London, and the present impasse in Soviet-Polish relations, are matters of deep concern to the British and American governments because disunity in the family of the United Nations ...

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