Polish Diplomacy, 1914 - 1945: Aims And Achievements: A Lecture

Polish Diplomacy Aims And Achievements A Lecture On October Professor Piotr Wandycz Professor ofHistory at Yale University delivered the third in the series ofM B Grabowski Memorial Lectures in Chancellor s Hall Senate House Professor Nor

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  • Title: Polish Diplomacy, 1914 - 1945: Aims And Achievements: A Lecture
  • Author: Keith Sword Piotr Wandycz
  • ISBN: 9780903425155
  • Page: 127
  • Format: None
  • On 21 October, 1987 Professor Piotr Wandycz, Professor ofHistory at Yale University, delivered the third in the series ofM.B Grabowski Memorial Lectures in Chancellor s Hall,Senate House Professor Norman Davies, Professor of PolishHistory at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies,was in the Chair The Lecture was made possible thanks to thegenerosity of the Mn 21 October, 1987 Professor Piotr Wandycz, Professor ofHistory at Yale University, delivered the third in the series ofM.B Grabowski Memorial Lectures in Chancellor s Hall,Senate House Professor Norman Davies, Professor of PolishHistory at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies,was in the Chair The Lecture was made possible thanks to thegenerosity of the M.B Grabowski Fund.This volume contains the English and Polish texts of theMemorial Lecture, together with a bibliographical essay byProfessor Wandycz, which provides a critical review of worksdealing with Polish diplomatic history during the periodcovered by the Lecture Professor Davies introduction to theLecture has been added as a preface.The Editor would like to thank both Mrs Irena Eile fortranslating the Lecture into Polish and Maria KorzeniewiczDaviesfor translating the Introduction into Polish Thanksalso go to the M.B Grab

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    1. Great short read trying to prove that the foreign policy of Pilsudsky and Beck was not that which for example A.P. Taylor describes in his popular book "The origins of the second world war". Wandycz explains pretty well the game of the two chairs Poland's second republic is trying to play and how and why it failed at last.

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