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A History of Poland (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 264
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Macmillan Essential Histories

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Covers the?social, economic and political factors that have shaped the history of Poland
Revised and updated in view of most recent scholarship and events
Explores?the early centuries in detail, illuminating the roots of Poland's more recent history
Places the?development of the Polish-Jewish community into the context of?the country's?long-term history, exploring anti-Semitism and the place of Christianity in modern day Poland

List of Maps
Preface
The Lands that became Poland
The Consolidation of the Polish Kingdom
The Jagiellonian Period
The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Under Foreign Rule
War and Independence: 1914-1939
The Second World War and the Establishment of Communism in Poland
From Communism to Democracy
Further Reading
Index.

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ANITA J. PRAZMOWSKA is Professor of International History at the London School of Economics, UK, and is the author of several books on Poland's place in the modern world.

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ANITA J. PRAZMOWSKA is Professor of International History at the London School of Economics, UK, and is the author of several books on Poland's place in the modern world.

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