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No, there were no dates formally agreed upon. Some historians (ref. Victor Suvorov's "Icebreaker") speculate that there is indirect evidence suggesting that along with the "Communazi Pact", the specific date of joint German/Russian invasion on 1 September was agreed, but Suvorov did not provide with any documental evidence. Moreover, it is known that ...


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My understanding of the Russian response to the 3rd Reich's "November Campaign" as I think it is known in German History was a shock at the speed with which Germany took "their half" (including Warsaw.) most historians believe this caused the Red Army to dramatically move up the time table for their "part." Whether or not the notable and bloodless success ...



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