Soviet and German officers discuss the demarcation line in Poland

Soviet and German officers


The Soviet lieutenant-colonel-artilleryman and German officers in Poland are discussing on the map the demarcation line between the Red Army and the Nazi Wehrmacht. The Wehrmacht advanced considerably east of the previously agreed boundaries, crossed the Vistula and reached Brest and Lvov.

 

 

Location: Poland
Date: 1939

In : 1939

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