Reports, correspondence, accounts, lists, testimonies, questionnaires, certificates, petitions, card files, maps, circulars,
graphs, protocols, and clippings relating to World War II, the Soviet occupation of Poland, the Polish-Soviet military and
diplomatic agreements of 1941, the re-establishment of the Polish embassy in Moscow, Polish prisoners of war in the Soviet
Union, deportations of Polish citizens to the Soviet Union, labor camps and settlements, relief work by the Polish social
welfare department delegations among the deportees, the Polish armed forces formed in the Soviet Union, evacuation of Polish
citizens to the Middle East, the Katyn massacre of Polish officers, and the breakdown of Polish-Soviet relations in 1943.
Includes material on the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the Soviet government, 1928-1929.
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