Polsko Od Pravěku Do Dneška

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Polsko Od Pravěku Do Dneška

By Bedřich Smekal
Orbis, 1949
143 pp.

This rapid survey of Polish history is in the new style and stresses the strength of the ethnic relationship between Czechs and Poles, minimizing the long record of mutual distrust. The difficulties over Teschen are, for example, laid at the door of the Beck clique, ignoring the unanimity with which Poles hailed the annexation of that area during the Munich crisis.

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