From the FMP News Room:
August 31 – Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) is expected to release new, groundbreaking documents from its historical archive today providing detailed evidence into Nazi German and Polish collaboration prior to the outbreak of the Great Patriotic War.
According to the SVR, the documents indicate that both the Polish bourgeois pre-war regime and the so-called Polish “government in exile” during the war were ripe with infiltrators from both German and British intelligence services. This includes pre-war Polish Foreign Minister Jozef Beck, which the documents reveal was working for German foreign intelligence, and exiled Prime Minister Stansilaw Mikolajcyzk, who was an agent of the British Foreign service in 1943 and 1944.
The details of the negotiations between Nazi Germany and the reactionary bourgeois nationalist regime of pre-war Poland show that the two had made a secret pact in 1934, which include a planned invasion of the Soviet Union. Among the evidence anticipated for public release is a photograph of German Chancellor Adolf Hitler in the office of Polish Foreign Minister Beck in Warsaw, 1934.
According to the SVR’s Public Relations and Mass Media Bureau, responsible for briefing the media and public on the activities of Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service, the archived evidence shows unequivocal aggression on behalf of the bourgeois Polish regime towards the Soviet Union leading up to the outbreak of the Great Patriotic War in 1941. The new evidence also provides an important element in further justifying the controversial “Molotov-Ribbentrop” Non-Aggression Pact of 1939, which provided a strategic delay of hostilities between the Soviet Union and Hitlerite Germany.
For decades Western bourgeois historians and Polish nationalists have attempted to cover-up the degree of collaboration between Nazi Germany and the Polish bourgeois-nationalist regime. However, the public release of the aforementioned incontrovertible evidence may bring to light the criminal intentions and hostile aggression of both parties towards the Soviet Union.
Source: Russian Foreign Intelligence Service Public Relations and Mass Media Bureau