Orphans of Versailles: The Germans in Western Poland, 1918-1939
A pioneer in the tradition of English womenÕs fiction, Charlotte Lennox was valued friend to both Samuel Richardson and Samuel Johnson and a major influence on Jane Austen. The heroine of Charlotte LennoxÕs Henrietta is a young Englishwoman who resists her aunt's pressure to convert to Catholicism and is set adrift in London society. But unlike many of her passive, vulnerable contemporaries in fiction, the admirable Henrietta makes her way in the world relying on her own cleverness, conviction, and wit. This groundbreaking work of satire and human folly is republished here in a fully annotated modern edition.
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25 Polen ADAP anti-German BA R 43 Berlin Bierschenk Blau Breyer and Korzec Bydgoszcz ceded citizens Danzig Deutsche Rundschau deutschen Deutschtum Dokumente AA DViSuS economic efforts Entdeutschung ethnic Germans exodus Foreign Office Geneva Convention German Consul Poznan German government German minority German nationality German population German schools Germans in Poland Germany's Graebe Heike Hitler interwar Katowice Kohnert Krahmer-Mollenberg League Leszno Minderheit Minorities Protection Treaty minority in Poland minority leaders minority schools minority's Niemcy NSDAP number of German organizations pastors percent Pilsudski plebiscite Poles Polish Germans Polish government Polish nationalists Polish rule political Polonization Posen Posener Tageblatt Poznan Poznan to AA Poznania and Pomorze Poznari province Prussian Poland Rauschning regime Reich remained Sejm Sept Silesian Sejm starost Steinacher Stresemann Swart tion Ulitz Upper Silesia Versailles Treaty Volksbund Volksdeutsche Volksgruppe WAPP Warsaw West Prussia western Poland Wiesner wojewode Young Germans
Page 19 - Germans under the control of a people which is of a different religion and which has never proved its capacity for stable self-government throughout its history must, in my judgment, lead sooner or later to a new war in the East of Europe.
Page 23 - ARTICLE 91. German nationals habitually resident in territories recognised as forming part of Poland will acquire Polish nationality ipso facto and will lose their German nationality. German nationals, -however, or their descendants who became resident in these territories after January 1, 1908, will not acquire Polish nationality without a special authorisation from the Polish State.
Page 19 - We agreed among ourselves and we agreed with Germany upon certain general principles. The whole course of the conference has been made up of a series of attempts, especially by France, to break down this agreement, to get territory, and to impose crushing indemnities.
Page 16 - ... disturbed by the news which comes to them of the many instances in which armed force is being made use of, in many parts of Europe and the East, to gain possession of territory, the rightful claim to which the Peace Conference is to be asked to determine. They deem it their duty to utter a solemn warning that possession gained by force will seriously prejudice the claims of those who use such means.
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