Polish Prisoners And Internees In The Soviet Union And Lithuania (1919–1921)
Polish prisoners of war and internees in Soviet Union and Lithuania — Polish soldiers and citizens who were captured and interned during the Polish-Soviet War and remained in the custody of Soviet and Lithuanian authorities. Their condition is one of the less researched controversies of that period.
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