What was one major outcome of the invasion of poland in 1939?
a. polish nationalist groups fought off the german military.
b. the soviet union lost its territories in poland.
c. great britain and france declared war on germany.
d. the tripartite pact was formally adopted,
The answer is C. Great Britain and France declared war Germany.
Invasion of Poland, Fall 1939. German troops invaded Poland on September 1, 1939, triggering World War II.
Explanation: In response to German aggression, Great Britain and France declared war on Nazi Germany.
The correct answer is: "The start of WWII".
After succesive territorial annexations, when nazi Germany invaded Poland in 1939 and occupied the Danzig demilitarized region, they tresspassed the limits established by the international treaties and triggered the reaction of the Allied countries, that had no choice but to declare war to Hitler and its allies, Italy and Japan (the three of them constituted the Axis powers).
The major outcome of the invasion of Poland in 1939 was that it started World War II.
The German invasion of Poland was a military action of Nazi Germany aimed at annexing the Polish territory. The operation began on September 1, 1939 and the last units of the Polish army surrendered on October 6 of that same year. It was the trigger of World War II in Europe and ended with the Second Polish Republic.
The fall of Poland would be accelerated by the subsequent invasion by the Soviet Union on September 17 and the absence of aid from its allies, the United Kingdom and France.
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