Russia in Europe

January 1944
New Republic;1/24/44, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p103
Focuses on the political hostility between the Soviet Union and Poland with emphasis on the dispute on the territory between the Curzon Line and Russo-Polish frontier; Proposal by the Soviet Union of an eastern frontier substantially the same as Curzon Line to Poland; Criticism of the Polish Government-in-Exile by the Soviet Union; Denial of the Russian claim to territory between the Curzon Line and Russo-Polish frontier by the Polish government; Rejection of the Polish offer by the Soviet Union; Insistence by the Russians that the territory east of the Curzon Line is Russian; Claim that the Soviet Union is violating her obligations under the Atlantic Charter and the agreements of Teheran.


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