March 8, 2021

Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact – related documents, some confidential and secret, dated August 23-September 28,1939

The documents present interesting details concerning the Pact. They include confidential correspondence between Hitler, Stalin, Molotov, German and Russian ambassadors, and other politicians. The documents show the scope of cooperation between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union leading to the start of WWII and during their joint attack on Poland.

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