Bitter Glory

Bitter Glory

Poland and Its Fate 1918-1939

Book - 1979
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Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, c1979.
ISBN: 9780671226251
0671226258
Characteristics: 511 pages, [32] pages of plates :,illustrations, portraits ;,25 cm.

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Oct 24, 2017

This book is highly detailed and outlines the post World War I events that lay out Poland. With so many "characters" involved in the development of the nation, this highly detailed reading was at times difficult to manage. Not the easiest read and I exhausted my renewals trying to get through it. I may check out again in order to better understand how Poland developed itself and its Political organization between the World Wars. Much of this book seems to be not just about Poland, but nearly a biography about Pilsudski- who became known as the military leader of Poland and established the riflemen's groups in Austrian Poland.

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