A concise history of Poland / Jerzy Lukowski and Hubert Zawadzki.
- Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press 2001
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 296-302) and index.
- pt. 1. Poland, to 1795 -- 1. Piast Poland,?-1385 -- 2. Jagiellonian Poland, 1386-1572 -- 3. The Commonwealth of the two nations, 1572-1795 -- part 2. Poland, after 1795 -- 4. Challenging the partitions, 1795-1864 -- 5. An era of transformation, 1864-1914 -- 6. Independence regained and lost, 1914-1945 -- 7. Communism and beyond, 1945-?
- Poland is a country which sporadically hits the headlines of the Anglo-Saxon world. It has suffered the dubious distinction of being wiped off the political map in 1795 to be resurrected after the First World War only to suffer apparent annihilation during the Second, with reduction to satellite status of the Soviet Union only to emerge in the van of resistance to Soviet domination during the 1980s. Yet the history of Poland remains comparatively little known. This book offers a brief, non-specialist introduction to Polish history, from medieval times to the present day, and is the only short history of Poland available in English. It concentrates essentially on political development which, particularly for the pre-nineteenth-century period, still remains little known to English readers. The book also includes much material on relations with Germany, Russia, the Ukraine, Lithuania, and other neighbouring states.
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