The Reconstruction of Poland : 1914-1923
The Reconstruction of Poland, 1914-23 is a significant reappraisal of the political, social and economic problems associated with the rebirth of an independent Polish state. The book spans a chronological period beginning in the First World War and culminates in the de jure recognition of the last of Poland's borders in 1923.
Print Book, English, 1992
Macmillan in association with the School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies, University of London, Basingstoke, 1992
Conference papers and proceedings
xxi, 217 pages ; 23 cm.
Map - Preface - List of Abbreviations - Notes on the Contributors - Introduction; P.Latawski - Roman Dmowski, the Polish Question, and Western Opinion, 1915-1918: The Case of Britain; P.Latawski - Squaring a Minorities Triangle: Lucien Wolf, Jewish Nationalists and Polish Nationalists; E.Black - Polish-Ukrainian Relations in 1918: Notes for Discussion; R.Szporluk - The Polish-Ukrainian Agreement, 1920; J.Garlinski - The Battle of Danzig and the Polish Corridor at the Paris Peace Conference of 1919; A.Cienciala - Aspects of the American Policy towards Poland at the Paris Peace Conference and the Role of Isaiah Bowman; K.Lundgren-Nielsen - Dmowski's Policy at the Paris Peace Conference: Success or Failure?; P.Wandycz - The Establishment of a National Government in Poland, 1918; A.Ajnenkiel - The Economic Integration of Poland, 1918-1923; Z.Landau - The Reconstruction of the Government and State Apparatus of the Second Republic; W.Roszkowski - The Origins of the Polish Foreign Ministry 11 November 1918-January 1919; J.Sibora - Appendix: Documents relating to the Reconstruction of Poland - Index