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Alexander Lednicki: A Pole Among Russians and a Russian Among Poles Armies of the Russo-Polish War 1919-21 From Poland With Love
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A central figure in the Russian and Polish liberation movements, Alexander Lednicki fought for Polish autonomy and for the right of all national minorities to cultural and political self-determination. He participated in the Union of Liberation, organized In 1917 Poland was recognised as a state by Russia, but the Bolshevik coup threatened this. The Polish leader Marshal Pilsudski hurried to build an army around Polish World War I veterans, and in 1918 war broke out for Poland's independence, involving the One hundred years ago, Poles found a champion in an overseas power - although earlier they could not have counted even on European states. The independence of the Polish Republic wasn't obvious to Europe, but for America it became a geopolitical demand.
By Andrew Kier Wise By Nigel Thomas and Illustrator Adam Hook
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Jozef Pilsudski: Hero of Poland Kosciuszko, We Are Here - American Pilots Of The Kosciuszko Squadron In Defense of Poland 1919-1921 Pilsudski
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Jozef Pilsudski (1868-1935) is the heroic and controversial leader of  the reconstituted Poland that emerged out of World War I. He was a  revolutionary who defeated the Red Armies outside of Warsaw and although  he never held an elected office, he placed Poland was in ruins after World War I. The fighting front had rolled through some areas more than seven different times, and the result was the almost complete destruction of the roads, railways, bridges, water systems, and power plants. Jozef Pilsudski is undoubtedly one of the most distinguished figures in Polish history and culture. Even at the end of the nineteenth century, as a young conspirator, he successfully encouraged to fight against the invader for the Polish and workers' caus
By Antoni Lenkiewicz By Janusz Cisek Władysław Pluta (graphic design) | Jan Łoziński (photo selection and signatures) | Andrzej Chwalba (introduction)
Polska Przedwojenna - Pre-War Poland Prewar Jewish Warsaw In Historic Photographics - Predwojenna Zydowska Warszawa Tarnow's Jewish Cemetery
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In "Pre-war Poland" - a kind of photojournalism from the past - we present over 200 carefully selected and elaborated archival photographs that show how diverse and fascinating the world of the Second Polish Republic was.  We look at Polish cities - from There was probably no other European metropolis that suffered equal atrocities as Warsaw did during World War II. No other Warsaw district was annihilated to the same extent as the northern district.  And no other community was similarly subjected to geno Tarnow's Jewish cemetery, called 'kirchol' by the locals, is one of the biggest and most interesting Jewish graveyards in Southern Poland. It is also one of the oldest, with great history and beautifully carved headstones.
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The Great Terror In Soviet Georgia 1937-1938: Repressions Against Poles Under Polish Wings: The Georgian Emigration In Poland 1921-1939 Warsaw 1920 - Lenin's Failed Conquest Of Europe
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This source publication (in English) was prepared by employees of the Institute of National Remembrance and the Ministry of the Interior of Georgia. It concerns a fragment of the history of the forgotten genocide of Poles in the USSR - the Soviet repressi Deluxe album of archival black and white photographs of Warsaw and its inhabitants in the interwar period. The dramatic and little-known story of how, in the summer of 1920, Lenin came within a hair's breadth of shattering the painstakingly constructed Versailles peace settlement and spreading Bolshevism to western Europe.
Edited By M. Majewski, W. Luarsabiszwili, O. Tuszuraszwili, H. Kuromiya; wybˇr i red. nauk. D. Alawerdaszwili, E. Kukhalaszwili, W. Luarsabiszwili, S. Koller, M. Majewski, O. Tuszuraszwili By David Kolbaia
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Warszawiacy - To Warszawa! - Varsovians - That's Warsaw! White Eagle Red Star - The Polish Soviet War 1919-1920 With God In Russia
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Deluxe album of archival black and white photographs of Warsaw and its inhabitants in the interwar period. A masterly account of the surprisingly little-known Polish-Soviet War of 1919-20, a decisive battle that largely determined the course of European history for the next twenty years. In White Eagle, Red Star, distinguished historian Norman Davies gives us During the height of the Cold War, American-born Jesuit priest Walter Ciszek, survived fifteen years of imprisonment in the Soviet Union. Here is his inspirational story that captures the heroic patience, endurance, and religious conviction of a man whose
by Marek Kwiatowski
Photographs 1914-1939
by Norman Davies by Walter J Ciszek SJ, With Daniel L Flaherty SJ
Zgineli, bo byli Polakami Killed for Being Poles: Koszmar operacji polskiej NKWD 1937-1938
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In the years 1937-1938, the Polish Nation became a victim of the first genocide in the Soviet Union.  During the "Polish Operation" organized by the NKVD, the Bolsheviks murdered 200,000 of our compatriots.  They were shot in the back of the head, drowned
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