|Pages: 273||Width: 5.00 inches.|
|Publication Date: 12/2008||Height: 7.00 inches.|
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"An important contribution to a better understanding of Polish history, which demonstrates in a vivid fashion the historical vicissitudes of that major European nation."
- Dr. Zbigniev Brzezinski, National Security Adviser to President Carter"
An ideal reference source for every serious student of history. Pogonowski takes the reader on a fascinating tour of Poland through the ages."
Poland's remarkable quest for representative government, one of the oldest in modern Europe, is presented here against the backdrop of a millennium of history rich in cultural, political, and social events. These topics - complimented with polish art, literature, music, architecture, and folklore - are intimately described in this concise volume, which also includes 50 photos, illustrations, and maps.
About the author(s)
Iwo Cyprian Pogonowski, a lexicographer-writer in Blacksburg, Virginia, has studied in Poland and Belgium, as well as at the University of Tennessee. He is the author of Jews in Poland: A Documentary History, also published by Hippocrene Books.