Solidarity in Europe: Romania and Poland in September 1939
Following the Molotov-Von Ribbentrop Pact of 23 August 1939, Poland was invaded by the German and Soviet armies, and the Polish Government and High Military Command as well as an important number of Polish refugees were offered the possibility of taking refuge in Romania. Thanks to the help of the Romanian Government, it was also made possible to preserve the Polish Bank Treasure.
The conference would like to present a particular historical period of great importance for all Europe, as it shows an example of solidarity between Romania and Poland at a time when the latter had to face a big defeat and all the arising consequences.
The conference brings together a number of international historians, experts and MEPs in order to debate the events of September 1939 from a militar, political, and diplomatic point of view, with the possibility of questions posed by the public.
More info regarding this event soon to follow.