Polish areas annexed

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  • Actions were started on a similar scale in other Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany.
  • A delegate for the Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union was never appointed.
  • Poles, mainly from Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union started to settle in the area.
  • In the Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany, the Church faced its most extreme persecution.
  • Initially there were two Delegations formed, one for the Polish areas annexed by Germany, and one for the General Government.
  • Contemporary Russian sources include Poland's losses in the Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union with Soviet war dead.
  • The German population was expelled and replaced by Poles, mainly from the eastern Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union.
  • The currency notes were used exclusively within the General Government, but not the Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany.
  • Its former German population was expelled and replaced with Poles, many themselves expellees from Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union.
  • Additionally Poles and Ukrainians from Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union settled there.
  • Germans remaining in the town were expelled and replaced with Poles, many themselves refugees from Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union.
  • In the Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany a severe persecution was launched from 1939.
  • The city was resettled by Poles, many of them, expellees from Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union.
  • The town was resettled by Poles, many of whom were expellees from Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union.
  • As a result, Poland was divided between the Germans and the Soviets (see Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union).
  • A notable influx of Poles resettled from the Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union allowed for fast reconstruction of the town.
  • The German inhabitants of the town were expelled and replaced with Poles, many of whom had themselves been expelled from Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union.
  • Its German population was expelled and the town was populated with Poles, many themselves expellees from Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union.
  • After World War Two, the town was gradually repopulated by Poles, many expelled from Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union.
  • Its German population was expelled and the town was populated with Poles, many of them expellees themselves from Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union.
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