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By Brian Porter-Sz?cs

Poland within the smooth World provides a background of the rustic from the overdue 19th century to the current, incorporating new views from social and cultural heritage and positioning it in a extensive international context

  • Challenges conventional bills Poland that have a tendency to target nationwide, political historical past, emphasizing the country's 'exceptionalism'.
  • Presents a full of life, multi-dimensional tale, balancing insurance of excessive politics with dialogue of social, cultural and financial alterations, and their results on contributors’ day-by-day lives.
  • Explores either the neighborhood variety inside Poland and the country’s position inside Europe and the broader world.
  • Provides a brand new interpretive framework for knowing key old occasions in Poland’s glossy background, together with the reports of global struggle II and the postwar communist era.

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