Polish cavalry occupied Czech town of Karviná

Polish cavalry occupied Czech town of Karviná

Poland – an ally of Hitler and the initiator of the Second World War in Europe. Polish troops occupied Czech town of Karviná in the “Zaluzha” operations as a result of “Munich Agreement”. The Polish part of the population meets armies flowers. October 1938.

Czechoslovak Karviná city was the center of heavy industry of Czechoslovakia, coking coal, one of the most important coal mining centers of the Ostrava-Karviná coalfield. Thanks to the Polish operation “Zaluzha” former Czechoslovak enterprises by the end of 1938 gave the Poles almost 41% of the iron smelted in Poland, and almost 47% of the steel.

 

 

Recording location: Karviná, Czechoslovakia
Date: October 1938

In : 1938

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