The Battle of the Marchlands

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The Battle of the Marchlands

By Adam Zamoyski
East European Quarterly, 1981
218 pp.

A military history, well told, of the famous campaign of 1920 in which Polish forces reached Kiev and the Red Army drove to the outskirts of Warsaw before being defeated. Of the two main protagonists, Pilsudski emerges with his reputation enhanced, Tukhachevsky with his considerably diminished.

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