The United States and Poland
Harvard University Press, 1980 - 465
The United States And Poland adds a new dimension to the scholarship of America's international relations. Professor Wandycz present a comprehensive picture of the changing relationships between the United States and Poland over two hundred years. This work is, as Wandycz writes, both a survey and a synthesis. Because he believes that an understanding of the history of Poland is necessary in order to appreciate the complex nature of its involvement with the United States, he provides a thorough analysis of Poland's internal development, concentrating on the twentieth century.
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Partitions of Poland and the Rise of the United States
The PolishLithuanian Commonwealth until
Congress of Vienna
The Polish Question in the Nineteenth Century
The American Civil War and the Insurrection
Toward the First World
Wilson and the Rebirth of Poland
From Peace to War
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