The Polish Underground Army, the Western Allies, and the Failure of Strategic Unity in World War II
This military history covers the attempts of General Wladyslaw Sikorski and his successor (General Kazimierz Sosnkowski) to integrate the Polish forces into Western Strategy, and trying to have their clandestine forces (the Armia Krajowa) declared an allied combatant and legitimized by the Western powers before the eyes of both Germans and Soviets who sought Poland's destruction.
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October 1939 through June 1940
June 1940 through June 1941
June 1941 through December 1942
January 1943 through November 1943
November 1943 through July 1944
July 1944 through December 1944
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