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The eagle unbowed : Poland and the Poles in the Second World War /

Main Author: Kochanski, Halik.
Format: Book
Language: English
Contents: Definitions of Poland and the Polish -- Guide to Polish Pronunciation -- The Rebirth of Poland -- Polish Foreign Policy, 1920-1939 -- The September 1939 Campaign -- The German and Soviet Occupation of Poland to June 1941 -- Exile in the Soviet Union -- Escape from the Soviet Union -- Poland's Contribution to the Allied War Effort, 1940-1943 -- Polish Non-combatants Outside Poland, 1939-1945 -- The Dark Years : Occupied Poland, 1941-1943 -- The Holocaust, 1941-1943 -- Sikorski's Diplomacy, 1941-1943 -- Threats to the Standing of the Polish Government-in-Exile and the Polish Underground Authorities -- The Polish Dilemma : The Retreat of the Germans and the Advance of the Red Army -- Poland : The Inconvenient Ally -- Fighting under British Command, 1943-1945 -- The End of the War -- The Aftermath of the War -- The Final Chapter -- Appendix 1: Order of Battle of the Polish Army, 1939-1945 -- Appendix 2: Principal Polish Personalities.
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