Publications and Research

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

3-1997

Abstract

As World War I came to an end, the borders in Central and Eastern Europe were tenuous, and in some cases non-existent, and several countries came into territorial conflict. The battle between Poland and the Soviet Union was a pivotal event in twentieth century history, as Poland not only dealt the Red Army its first defeat, but also greatly expanded the territory of the fledgling Polish Republic to its historic, pre-partition borders.

Comments

The file uploaded here is a pre-print version of a journal article that was later published as: Drobnicki, John A. 1997, March. The Russo-Polish War, 1919-1920: A bibliography of materials in English. Polish Review 42 (1): 95-104.

 
 

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