Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Michał Buchowski ... [et al.].|
|Series||Studia ethnographica Friburgensia,, Bd. 25|
|LC Classifications||HN537.5 .P53785 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||353 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||2002444488|
This book was the first English-language history of Poland from the Second World War until the fall of Communism. Using a wide range of Polish archives and unpublished sources in Moscow and Washington, Tony Kemp-Welch integrates the Cold War history of diplomacy and inter-state relations with the study of domestic opposition and social movements. His key themes encompass political, social and economic history; the Communist 4/5. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Introduction --Post-war Poland.A presentation / Michał Buchowski, Édouard Conte, Marek Ziółkowski --Belief and nation --Sacrum poloniæ millennium: the anatomy of a conflict under 'real socialism' / Jan Rydel --Poles and Jews in the 20th persistence of stereotypes after the. Like the heroic land that is its subject, James Michener's Poland teems with vivid events and unforgettble characters. In the sweeping span of eight tumultuous centuries, three Polish families live out their destinies and the drama of a nation—in the grand tradition of a great James Michener saga.4/5(). The main reason why so little is known concerning the true nature of communism stems from this problem. Historical writers have been understandably reluctant to hold forth on the subject for fear of marking themselves as 'race haters' and 'bigots'. For this reason the entire subject has been placed beyond the pale of s:
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A concluding essay examines the experience of communism as a form of rule and assesses the validity of the concept of evolution in the context of communist of particular interest to. The main reason why so little is known concerning the true nature of Communism stems from this problem. Historical writers have been understandably reluctant to hold forth on the subject for fear of marking themselves as "race haters" and "bigots." For this reason the entire subject has been placed beyond the pale of discussion. One simply. Here are the 10 most essential books focusing on various aspects of the war in Poland, organized by something like chronology: invasion, ghettos, Auschwitz, war's end. 1. (). Promoting the ‘China Way’ of communism in Poland and beyond during the Sino-Soviet Split: the case of Kazimierz Mijal. Cold War History: Vol. 18, Beyond the Kremlin’s Reach? Eastern Europe and China in the Cold War Era (Guest Editors: Jan Zofka, Péter Vámos, Sören Urbansky), pp.