Trump to visit Poland to mark 80 years to start of the Second World War

July 31, 2019 09:58
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US President Donald Trump will visit Poland on the first of September to mark 80 years to the start of the Second World War, the office of Polish President Andrzej Duda announced on Tuesday via an aid, JNS reported.   
Trump is expected to arrive in Poland on august 31 and attend state ceremonies in Warsaw.  
The invasion of the German army into Poland started the Second World War. Roughly six million Polish citizens, half of them Jewish, were killed during the Nazi occupation of the country. 
Roughly 90% of the Polish-Jewish community was murdered in the Holocaust.         

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