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Poland (New EU Countries and Citizens) (edition 2005)

by J Kadziolka (Author)

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The story of Poland is the story of struggle: a battle to maintain Poland's national identity and culture. Throughout history, powerful neighbors dominated the country. Fortunately, two remarkable Poles--a pope and a trade union leader--emerged to inspire the nation toward freedom and democracy.
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Title:Poland (New EU Countries and Citizens)
Authors:J Kadziolka (Author)
Info:Cherrytree Books (2005), 48 pages
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