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Curzon Line

Curzon Line, boundary between Poland and the Soviet Union, proposed by the Allies in 1919, after World War I. It was named after British diplomat Lord George Curzon. The Curzon Line lost significance after the Russo-Polish War of 1920, but at the Yalta conference (1945) it was officially recognized as the Soviet- Polish border.

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