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Poland and the Origins of the Second World War A Study in Diplomatic History (1938–1939)

éditeur : Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
catégories : Histoire moderne et contemporaine > Europe, Sciences humaines et sociales > Histoire
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This monograph deals with Polish foreign policy shortly before the outbreak of the Second World War. In tracing the diplomatic activity of foreign minister Józef Beck, it discusses six general problems: (1) the Polish political situation under the pressure of appeasement; (2) the project of Intermarium and efforts to implement it; (3) the action against Czechoslovakia and the conflict with the Soviet Union; (4) the Polish attitude towards the German concept of Gesamtlosung in Germany’s relations with Poland; (5) the genesis of the Polish alliance with Great Britain; (6) the Allies’ military inaction after Nazi Germany’s aggression. In these conditions, Poland made four key decisions: it stood against Czechoslovakia, it rejected German demands, it allied itself with the United Kingdom, and it rejected the Soviet Union’s claim for the Red Army to march across Polish lands.

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Titre Poland and the Origins of the Second World War - A Study in Diplomatic History (1938–1939)
Auteur
Editeur Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
Langue EN
Date de publication 28/04/2021

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