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The Romanian occupation of Pokuttya took place in early 1919, when, as a result of alliances concluded between Romania and Poland, the former entered the southeastern corner of the former Austro-Hungarian ruled province of Galicia. During the interwar period, Romania was Poland's main ally in Eastern Europe (see Polish-Romanian Alliance). Both nations were bound by several treaties and history of this alliance dates back to the end of World War I and the Treaty of Versailles. However, to actively cooperate, governments in Bucharest and Warsaw emphasized the necessity of a shared border. Discussions about the border started in Paris some time at the beginning of 1919 and continued during the following months.

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  • Romanian occupation of Pokuttya
  • Okupacja Pokucia przez Rumunię
  • Румунська окупація Покуття
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  • Okupacja Pokucia przez Rumunię − zajęcie przez Rumunię Pokucia w maju 1919.
  • The Romanian occupation of Pokuttya took place in early 1919, when, as a result of alliances concluded between Romania and Poland, the former entered the southeastern corner of the former Austro-Hungarian ruled province of Galicia. During the interwar period, Romania was Poland's main ally in Eastern Europe (see Polish-Romanian Alliance). Both nations were bound by several treaties and history of this alliance dates back to the end of World War I and the Treaty of Versailles. However, to actively cooperate, governments in Bucharest and Warsaw emphasized the necessity of a shared border. Discussions about the border started in Paris some time at the beginning of 1919 and continued during the following months.
  • Румунська окупація Покуття мала місце на початку 1919, коли у результаті , укладеного між Румунією та Польщею, її війська увійшли до південно-східного кута колишньої провінції Галичина Австро-Угорщини. Під час міжвоєнного періоду Румунія була основним союзником Польщі у Східній Європі (див. ). Обидві країни були пов'язані декількома угодами і історія цього альянсу брала свій початок із закінчення Першої світової війни і Версальського договору. Однак задля активної співпраці уряди у Бухаресті та Варшаві однаково усвідомлювали необхідність мати спільний кордон. Обговорення кордону розпочалось у Парижі на початку 1919 та тривали декілька місяців.
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  • Romania
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  • Iacob Zadik
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  • Romanian occupation of Pokuttya
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  • May–August 1919
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  • the Polish–Ukrainian War
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  • Pokuttya, now part of Ukraine
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  • Romanian victory
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  • The Romanian occupation of Pokuttya took place in early 1919, when, as a result of alliances concluded between Romania and Poland, the former entered the southeastern corner of the former Austro-Hungarian ruled province of Galicia. During the interwar period, Romania was Poland's main ally in Eastern Europe (see Polish-Romanian Alliance). Both nations were bound by several treaties and history of this alliance dates back to the end of World War I and the Treaty of Versailles. However, to actively cooperate, governments in Bucharest and Warsaw emphasized the necessity of a shared border. Discussions about the border started in Paris some time at the beginning of 1919 and continued during the following months. The proposal for occupation was first advanced by the Romanian government of Ion I. C. Brătianu on May 8, 1919. Brătianu suggested this as a means to separate both Czechoslovakia and Hungary from Soviet influences, thus consolidating the position of both Greater Romania and the Second Polish Republic, as well as help the Poles get in touch with their Romanian ally. The proposal was accepted by the Polish leader, Marshal Józef Piłsudski and on May 24, 1919, the Romanian Army 7. Infantry Division, led by General , entered Pokuttya. After three days, the Romanians met the Poles in the area of Kalusz. As Polish Army was involved in other conflicts (chiefly with the Soviets), the Romanians stayed in Pokuttya until late August 1919. Their units were stationed in such towns as Ivano-Frankivsk, and Kolomyia. In late summer of 1919 Polish troops entered Pokuttya (see Polish-Ukrainian War) and the Romanians withdrew to their country. Also, the mutual cooperation resulted in Romanian permit for the free passage of the 4th Riflemen Division (under General Lucjan Żeligowski). This unit was kept in Romanian province of Bukovina for political purposes, and on June 17, 1919 the Romanians allowed it to enter Poland.
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