A Case Study in the Soviet use of International Law: Eastern Poland in 1939

@article{Ginsburgs1958ACS,
  title={A Case Study in the Soviet use of International Law: Eastern Poland in 1939},
  author={George Ginsburgs},
  journal={American Journal of International Law},
  year={1958},
  volume={52},
  pages={69 - 84}
}
  • G. Ginsburgs
  • Published 1 January 1958
  • History
  • American Journal of International Law
On September 17, 1939, Soviet troops crossed the Soviet-Polish frontier and, advancing rapidly, soon occupied the oft-disputed territory known at various times as Eastern Poland, Eastern Galicia, or Western Ukraine and Western Byelorussia. 
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