The Development of Kaliningrad in the Light of Baltic Co-operation

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Abstract The Russian Kaliningrad enclave (or rather exclave between Poland and Lithuania) is a world-wide curiosity in political and legal terms. There is no formal act defining the legal international status of this area. Together with an arbitrarily defined hinterland of approximately 15,000 km 2, Königsberg was taken over by the USSR without any legally valid peace treaty with Germany. At their conference in Potsdam after the fall of Germany in 1945, the Allies agreed to leave Königsberg under Soviet rule until the signing of an ...
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Palmowski T., Pacuk M.; 1998; The Development of Kaliningrad in the Light of Baltic Co-operation [in:] The Nebi Yearbook 1998; Springer Berlin Heidelberg; p. 267-282
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