|I BUY AND EXCHANGE
|The "Bezirk Bialystok" (district of Bialystok) was an administrative unit that existed during the World War II occupation of Poland by Nazi
Germany. It was located to the south-east of East Prussia, in present day northeastern Poland as well as smaller sections of adjacent
Belarus and Lithuania. The territory lay to the east of the Molotov-Ribbentrop line and was consequently occupied by the Soviet Union
and incorporated into the Belarussian SSR. In the aftermath of the German attack on the Soviet Union in June 1941 this western
portion of then-Belarus, which until 1939 was belonged to the Polish State, was placed under German Civilian Occupation
(Zivilverwaltungsgebiet). The area was under German rule from 1941 to 1944 / 45, without even formally being incorporated into the
German Reich. Erich Koch was the Chief of Civil Administration of the Bialystok district.
|ZIGARETTEN II SORTE
100's paper pack
Made in Grodno by Tabakwerke Grodno G.m.b.H.
20's slide pack
Made in Bialystok by Cigarettenfabrik Ernst Bretschneider