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The Struggles For Poland TV Series DVD, Video Download, USB Drive

The Struggles For Poland TV Series DVD, Video Download, USB Drive
The Struggles For Poland TV Series DVD, Video Download, USB Drive
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All 9 Hour-Long Episodes Of The 1988 TV Series Hosted By Roger Mudd On The History Of 20th Century Poland, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS In An Archival Quality 5 Disc All Regions Format DVD Set, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #Poland #PolishHistory #HistoryOfPoland #PolishLithuanianCommonwealth #PartitionsOfPoland #FirstPartitionOfPoland #SecondPartitionOfPoland #GreatPolandUprising #GreaterPolandUprising #WielkopolskaUprising #PowstanieWielkopolskie #PowstanieWielkopolskie #GrosspolnischerAufstand #GrandDuchyOfPoznan #ProvinzPosen #TreatyOfVersailles #ParisPeaceConference1919 #SecondPolishRepublic #KingdomOfPrussia #Prussia #AftermathOfWorldWarI #AftermathOfWWI #BetweenTheWars #InterwarPeriod #RoadToWar #CausesOfWorldWarII #CausesOfWWII #JozefPilsudski #SecondPolishRepublic #PolishSocialistParty #PolishLegions #PolishSovietWar #BattleOfWarsaw #BattleOfWarsaw1920 #MayCoup #TheMayCoupDEtat #MayCoupPoland #Prometheism #Prometheanism #PolishLithuanianCommonwealth #InvasionOfPoland #PolandCampaign #PolishAreasAnnexedByNaziGermany #PolishResistanceMovementInWWII #IgnacyPaderewski #IgnacePaderewski #IgnacyJanPaderewski #IgnaceJanPaderewski #HistoryOfTheJewsInPoland #TheHolocaustInPoland #TheHolocaust #Holocaust #JewishGhettos #NaziGhettos #WarsawGhetto #Holocaust #TreblinkaExterminationCamp #OccupationOfPoland #OccupationOfPoland1939To1945 #HistoryOfPoland19391945 #NaziGermany #WarOfAnnihilation #Vernichtungskrieg #AftermathOfWWII #HistoryOfPoland1945To1989 #PolishPeoplesRepublic #Solidarity #Solidarnosc #LaborUnions #TradeUnions #Gdansk #SolidarityPolishTradeUnion #EuropeanTheatreOfWWII #SecondEuropeanWar #EuropeanCivilWar #EuropeanTheaterOfWWII #WesternFrontWWII #WorldWarII #WWII #WW2 #WorldWarTwo #WorldWar2 #SecondWorldWar #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive

Contents:

1: Once Upon A Time 1900-1923 | 2: A False Dawn 1921-1939 | 3: A Different World 1919-1943 | 4: Occupation 1939-1945 | 5: Friends & Neighbors 1939-1945 | 6: Bright Days Of Tomorrow 1945-1956 | 7: The Sweepers Of Squares 1956-1970 | 8: In This Life 1900-1970 | 9: The Worker's State 1970-1987


The History Of Poland: The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1569-1795), a bi-federation country of both Poland and Lithuania and ruled by a common monarch, one of the largest and most populous countries of 16th to 17th-century Europe, came to an end in 1795 after a series of invasions and partitions of Polish territory carried out by the Russian Empire in the east, the Kingdom of Prussia in the west and the Habsburg Monarchy in the south. From 1795 until 1918, no truly independent Polish state existed, although strong Polish resistance movements operated. The opportunity to regain sovereignty only materialized after World War I, when the three partitioning imperial powers were fatally weakened in the wake of war and revolution. The Second Polish Republic was established in 1918 and existed as an independent state until 1939, when Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union invaded Poland, marking the beginning of World War II. Millions of Polish citizens of different faiths or identities perished in the course of the Nazi occupation of Poland between 1939 and 1945 through planned genocide and extermination. A Polish government-in-exile nonetheless functioned throughout the war and the Poles contributed to the Allied victory through participation in military campaigns on both the eastern and western fronts. The westward advances of the Soviet Red Army in 1944 and 1945 compelled Nazi Germany's forces to retreat from Poland, which led to the establishment of a satellite communist country, known from 1952 as the Polish People's Republic. As a result of territorial adjustments mandated by the Allies at the end of World War II in 1945, Poland's geographic centre of gravity shifted towards the west and the re-defined Polish lands largely lost their historic multi-ethnic character through the extermination, expulsion and migration of various ethnic groups during and after the war. By the late 1980s, the Polish reform movement Solidarity became crucial in bringing about a peaceful transition from a planned economy and a communist state to a capitalist economic system and a liberal parliamentary democracy. This process resulted in the creation of the modern Polish state, the Third Polish Republic, founded in 1989.