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Research on the Relations between the Soviet Union and Polish Government in Exile (1939-1945)

Author: FanQuanShi
Tutor: YaoHai
School: Suzhou Institute of Technology
Course: World History
Keywords: Poland Soviet Union Government-in-exile Diplomacy
CLC: K512.54
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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Abstract


After the outbreak of World War II , Poland by the Soviet-German bilateral and divided up the support and help of Britain, France and other Western countries , the Polish government-in-exile in France, established, later moved to the United Kingdom . After the establishment of the Polish government-in-exile , although not explicitly declared in a state of war with the Soviet Union , but in fact suspended diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union . After the outbreak of the Soviet-German war , the need for the common fight against the interests of Germany and France , Soupault two countries began to ease . Under the mediation of the United Kingdom , the Soviet-Polish alliance and reached a military agreement , but the cooperation of the road is bumpy . Katyn a fatal blow to the verge of disintegration of the Soviet-Polish relations , the two sides end of the honeymoon period . With the uncertainty of the outcome of the situation on the Soviet-German front , the Soviet Union turned public support Polish Patriot Alliance and the Polish Workers' Party , the government-in-exile set aside . Britain and the United States based on the reality of Poland 's political commitment and their own interests to consider , once the hope that the Soviet government to reconsider the relationship between Soupault . However, Soviet Union, backed by its powerful military strength , and constantly improve the threshold of negotiations with the government-in-exile , at the same time , the government-in-exile also not to accept the recommendations of the Western countries and the Soviet Union to compromise on the border issue , which makes the British and U.S. governments that the government-in-exile has incurable stubborn obtained . Soupault conflict can not be reconciled , that ends the relations between the two sides is difficult , final Anglo-American policy of balance backward Soviet Union , the government-in-exile ruthless abandon .

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CLC: > History, geography > European History > Eastern and Central Europe > Russia and the Soviet Union > History of the Soviet Union (1917 ~ 1991 ) > World War II and the Great Patriotic War (1939 ~ 1945 )
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