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“Bloody Sunday (German language: Bromberger Blutsonntag ; Polish language: Krwawa niedziela ) was...Bloody Sunday (1939)
“The Generalplan Ost (GPO) (English: Master Plan East) was a secret Nazi German plan for the...Generalplan Ost
“The German Nazi crimes against the Polish nation, claimed approximately 5.6 million, to 5.8...Nazi crimes against the Polish nation
“The territorial changes of Poland after World War II were very extensive. In 1945, following the...Territorial changes of Poland immediately after World War II
“The Wola massacre (Polish language: Rzeź Woli, "Wola slaughter" ) was the systematic killing of...Wola massacre
“The Treaty of Warsaw (German language: Warschauer Vertrag , Polish: Układ PRL-RFN) was a treaty...Treaty of Warsaw (1970)
“The slogan Nur für Deutsche (English: "Only for Germans") was during World War II, in many...Nur für Deutsche
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Pages in category "Germany–Poland relations"
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