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Execution of 56 Polish civilians in Bochnia during the German takeover of Poland, 18 December 1939

Execution of 56 Polish civilians in Bochnia during the German takeover of Poland, 18 December 1939

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The Banality of Evil: Arthur Karl Greiser (1897-1946) was a Nazi politician, SS-Obergruppenführer, and Reich Governor of the German-occupied territory of Wartheland. He was one of the persons primarily responsible for organizing the Holocaust in Poland, as well as numerous other crimes against humanity. Arrested by the Americans in 1945, he was tried, convicted and executed by hanging in Poland in 1946.

Arthur Karl Greiser January 1897 – 21 July was a Nazi German politician, SS-Obergruppenführer and Reichsstatthalter (Reich Governor) of the German-occupied territory of Wartheland.

German and Soviet army officers pictured shaking hands—after Nazi Germany and Soviet Union annexed new territories in Eastern Europe, 1939.

German and a Soviet army officers pictured shaking hands; Invasion of Poland, September 1939

Rzeszow, Poland, Women undressing before their execution in the forest.  so terribly sad.

Rzeszow, Poland, Women undressing before their execution in the forest. The polish executioner is the German Nazis willing accomplice. throughout Europe this occurred

Occupied Poland, 1941: Polish police and German Order Police begin a raid to find and arrest Jews in Krakow. The Polish police gained the reputation of collaborating with the Germans on many occasions, particularly in capturing Jews.

Occupied Poland, Polish police and German Order Police begin a raid to find and arrest Jews in Krakow. The Polish police gained the reputation of collaborating with the Germans on many occasions, particularly in capturing Jews.

General Wladyslaw Sikorski requested that the International Red Cross investigate the Katyń Forest massacre. This Day in History: April 10, 1940: Katyn massacre - Mass execution of over 4 thousand Polish officers soldiers http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/2013/04/this-day-in-history-apr-10-1940-katyn.html

Władysław Eugeniusz Sikorski May 1881 – July 1943 was a Polish military and political leader.

The Red Army marched into Brest at eight in the morning of Sept. 23, 1939. After the negotiations between the two commanders, the two armies (German and Russian) started fraternizing. The soldiers offered to each other cigarettes and the officers the local Brest beer.

Division of Poland 1939 - German met their ally Soviet troops

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