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Practically in every north-eastern Polish powiat the Red Army was greeted by flowers, transparents, red flags and even orchestras. In almost all cases, such manifestations were not spontaneous, but were organized by activists of Western Belorussian Communist Party (a section of the Communist Party of Poland) ((Polish) Marek Wierzbicki, Stosunki polsko-białoruskie pod okupacją sowiecką (1939–1941). Warsaw. Retrieved 16 July 2007.)
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|current||02:41, 11 November 2006||600×391 (86 KB)||Irpen ( Talk | contribs)||(Citizens of the Western Byelorussia meeting the conquerors. 1939. Russian text reading "Long Live the great theory of Marx, Engels, Lenin-Stalin" contains spelling error. SOurce: [http://www.borodulincollection.com/war/english/preddverie_images/9.htm])|
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