The Polish-german Borderlands: An Annotated Bibliography by Barbara D. PaulThe Polish-german Borderlands: An Annotated Bibliography by Barbara D. Paul

The Polish-german Borderlands: An Annotated Bibliography

byBarbara D. Paul, Barbara Dotts Paul

Hardcover | August 1, 1994

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This annotated guide to English language materials dealing with all aspects of the history of the borderlands since the 1700s gives special attention to conflicts between Germans and Poles and issues that are again critical in Central Europe. Students, teachers, and scholars will find this bibliography of over 1200 entries to primary sources, books, chapters in books, dissertations, journal articles, government documents, fiction, and films easy to use. The introduction points to different names given to the region and puts the bibliography into historical context. The chapters cover different historical periods and organize material either by genre of work or by topics significant to a particular era. Author, title, and subject indexes make the material easily accessible for a wide variety of research needs.
Title:The Polish-german Borderlands: An Annotated BibliographyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:224 pages, 9.61 × 6.41 × 0.88 inPublished:August 1, 1994Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313291624

ISBN - 13:9780313291623

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?This bibliography is a most welcome addition to the small body of research aids available to students of German-Polish relations. It is an attractive and professional work by a compiler who has been trained in history as well as library science. The focus is on the last one hundred years; primary sources as well as fictional works are included, and everything is thoroughly indexed by author, title and subject....this is a volume that virtually every university library will want to have.?-The Polish Review