German and Polish border guards at the railway bridge in the town of Bohumin

German and Polish border guards at the railway bridge in the town of Bohumin

Poland as an ally of Adolf Hitler and the initiator of the Second World War in Europe. Section Czechoslovakia because of the “Munich Agreement” of the Western countries.
German and Polish border guards met at the railway bridge in the Czech town of Bohumin, which was occupied by the Polish army.

 

 

Photography Location: Bohumin, Czechoslovakia
Date: October 1938

In : 1938

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