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Pactum Ribbentrop-Molotovianum

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Stalin et Ribbentrop post pactum signatum. 23 Augusti 1939.
Ribbentrop et Molotov (laeva) cum pactum signabatur.
"Tributum Prussicum Moscuae." Mucha, acta diurna satirica, Varsoviae, die 8 Septembris.

Pactum Ribbentrop-Molotovianum,[1] rite Foedus Non Aggressionis inter Germaniam et Unionem Rerum Publicarum Socialisticarum Sovieticarum (Russice Договор о ненападении между Германией и Советским Союзом; Theodisce Nichtangriffsvertrag zwischen Deutschland und der Union der Sozialistischen Sowjetrepubliken[2]) fuit pactum non aggressionis a Germania Nazistica et Unione Sovietica Moscuae die 23 Augusti 1939 signatum. Pactum validum manebat donec rectio Germana vim locis Sovieticis in Polonia Orientali intulit die 22 Iunii 1941, contra protocollum supplementarium Foederis Limitis Germano-Sovietici, quod novas provincias usuales subtiliter enumerabat.[3]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Ex Venceslao Molotov, ministro rerum externarum Sovietico, et Ioachimo de Ribbentrop, ministro rerum externarum Germanico ex consuetudine appellatum. Pactum etiam Pactum Nazi–Sovieticum appellatur.
  2. 100(0) Schlüsseldokumente, facsimile, Germania.
  3. Britannica (2015). "A secret supplementary protocol of September 28, 1939". German-Soviet Nonaggression Pact. Encyclopædia Britannica .

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