The United States and the Rebirth of Poland, 1914-1918


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History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 21 (History of International Relations Library, 32) By the end of World War I, an independent Polish state had re-emerged on the map after an absence of 123 years. This was a very complicated process and involved many factors as well as the dynamics caused by the war. On of the principal actors was the United States. Using an enormous amount of unpublished material, the author reconstructs the vital role of the United States in the Rebirth of Poland. TABLE OF CONTENTS Abbreviations for Archival References Preface Chapter 1: The Background Chapter 2: The Poles and the War Chapter 3: Turning Suffering to Political Account Chapter 4: The Poles as Enemy Aliens: Espionage and Subversion Chapter 5: The International Politics of Polish Relief Chapter 6: The Consolidation of International Polish Politics Chapter 7: Wilson, the Poles, and American Politics Chapter 8: Washington and the Wartime Diplomacy of the Polish Question Chapter 9: An Army, a Government in Exile, and an Attempted Coup by Paderewski Chapter 10: Noble Words, Mean Treatment Chapter 11: America's Final Reckoning with Polonia Chapter 12: Defining Poland Chapter 13: The United States and the Rebirth of Poland: A Retrospective View Bibliography Index About the Author M. B. B. Biskupski, holds a Ph. D. from Yale University. He has published many books and articles dealing largely with Polish themes. He is the President of the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in America and holds many fellowships, awards, and prizes.

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Brand: Republic of Letters
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Republic of Letters
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Military
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black & white illustrations
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9789089791085
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9089791086
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black & white illustrations
Author:
M.B.B. Biskupski
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Republic of Letters
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2012-07-31
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Paperback
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0.97 x 9.21 x 6.14 inches
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