Polish independence following the end of World War I marked a new era for a nation which had endured centuries of foreign partition. But the spirit of Polish nationalism -- forged during this long period of external domination -- has been frequently at odds with the modernising drives of democracy and communism. How can the ideals of nationalism survive in a modern nation-state? Anita (More)
About The Author
Anita J. Prazmowska
Anita Prazmowska is Professor of International History at the London School of Economics. Her previous books include Civil War in Poland, 1942-1948, Poland and the Eastern Front, Britain and Poland 1939-1943: The Betrayed Ally and A History of Poland.
Although oddly titled--the volume is really a history of modern Poland--this straightforward presentation of Polish history since the eve of WW I contributes a clear picture of the recent political evolution of this important east central European state. Prazmowska (London School of Economics) has written widely on Polish political and diplomatic history. Here, within(More)
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