German Polish Agreement 1934

Referring to a report by an unidentified Soviet agent, he said Poland had agreed to remain neutral if Germany attacked the Soviet Union. The German-Polish Non-Aggression Pact (Polsko-niemiecki pakt o nieagresji) was an international agreement between Nazi Germany and the Second Polish Republic, signed on January 26, 1934. The two countries pledged to resolve their problems through bilateral negotiations and renounce armed conflicts for a period of ten years. The pact effectively normalized relations between Poland and Germany, which were affected by border disputes related to the territorial regulation of the Treaty of Versailles. Germany effectively recognized Poland`s borders and tried to end an economically damaging customs war between the two countries that had taken place over the past decade. .