Polish troops occupy Czechoslovak village Jörgov

Polish troops occupy Czechoslovak village Jörgov

Poland plays the role of an international aggressor and initiator of the Second World War thanks to the “Munich Agreement” of Western democracies.
Polish troops occupy the Czech village Jörgov during the operation on the annexation of the Czechoslovak land Spiš.

 

 

Place of Photography: Jörgov, Czechoslovakia
Date: November 1938

In : 1938

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