A non-aggression pact is signed in Moscow and the Germans and the Red Army invade Poland in the European Theater.
European Theater Date:1939 Duration:1 min 35 sec Sound:Yes
German aggression during World War II. German troops marching in formation. A large crowd on either side of a road watches the troops. German Chancellor Adolf Hitler delivering a speech in Germany. Troops standing in formation listen to Hitler. On August 23, 1939 : People holding banners that read 'Down with War and Racism' and 'Aid the Allies'. New York Times headline reads: 'Reich and Soviet Join for Peace -- or War; No Buffer State; New Pact Warns Allies; Estonia Gives Moscow Sea and Air Bases'. Soviet politician Vyacheslav Molotov, Soviet Union leader Joseph Stalin and German Foreign Minister Friedrich Wilhelm Ribbentrop with other officers during the signing of Soviet German non-aggression pact in a building in Moscow, Russia. German Stuka dive bombers in action, when Germany invades Poland in a "blitzkrieg.".German Heinkel He-111 bombers in action. Buildings being totally destroyed by bombs. Red Army tanks and troops moving in snow. Victorious German troops marching in occupation. German heavy artillery batteries firing.
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