The History of Poland Since 1863

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R. F. Leslie
Cambridge University Press, 1983 - Poland - 499 pages
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Contents

Triloyalism and the national revival
1
Poland and the crisis of 19007
65
Poland on the eve of the First World War
97
The emergence of an independent Polish state 11 2
112
The breakdown of parliamentary government
139
Pilsudski in power 192635
159
Poland without Pilsudski
186
Poland in defeat September 1939July 1941
209
The rise and ebb of stalinism
299
The October turning point
344
The little stabilization
367
The decline of Gomulka
384
Poland under Gierek
407
Polish society 194575
444
The rise and fall of Solidarity
458
3
469

The illfated alliance August 1941April 1943
227
The years of Tempest May 1943December 1944
246
Postwar Poland
280

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