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  • ...e with pictures proposed by Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs [http://www.poland.gov.pl/files/Flaga_polska.gif] and the presidential website.[http://www.pre ...''' ([[Polish language|Polish]]: ''Polska''), officially the ''Republic of Poland'' (Polish: ''Rzeczpospolita Polska''), is a large Slavic nation in [[Centra
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  • * Library of Congress. ''A Country Study: Poland'' (1993), highly detailed factual report by U.S. government (it is in the p * ''Poland'' (Eyewitness Travel Guides by DK Publishing) (2007)
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  • ''See [[Poland]] for an overview of the contemporary nation.'' ...h). By 1773 the political realm was down to only 84,000 square miles, and Poland was too weak and inefficient to prevent its German and Russian neighbors fr
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  • ...onsidered the start of the [[Second World War]], the '''German invasion of Poland''',code named Case White, began on 1 September 1939 after Germany had stag The campaign, which ended on 6 October, split Poland into three zones:
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  • * Library of Congress. ''A Country Study: Poland'' (1993), highly detailed factual report by U.S. government (it is in the p * ''Poland'' (Eyewitness Travel Guides by DK Publishing) (2007)
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  • * [http://www.info-poland.buffalo.edu/classroom/potop/1655.html The reign of the Vasa dynasty (1587-1 ...://www.zum.de/whkmla/histatlas/eceurope/haxpoland.html historical atlas of Poland]
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  • A native or inhabitant of [[Poland]].
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  • Commander of Einsatzgruppe II in Poland
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  • Commander of [[Einsatzgruppe]] III in Poland
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  • Commander of [[Einsatzgruppe]] V in Poland
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  • Commander of [[Einsatzgruppe]] IV in Poland
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  • The historical region at borderland of [[Poland]] and [[Czechia]].
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  • ...include>Occupied area of central Poland following the [[German invasion of Poland]], under [[Hans Frank]]
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  • Commander of [[Einsatzgruppe]] '''z.B.v''' (Special Purpose) in Poland
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  • ...}</noinclude>After the [[German invasion of Poland]], that part of Western Poland that was incorporated into the Reich and "germanized", with persecution and
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  • The German attack on [[Poland]], beginning September 1, 1939
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  • (1894–) [[Poland|Polish]]-born [[United States|American]] [[art|artist]].
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  • ...]], the capital of [[Kaliningrad Oblast]], a Russian [[exclave]] between [[Poland]] and [[Lithuania]].
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  • Nazi lawyer, who directed the occupation of [[Poland]] (i.e., the [[Generalgouvernement]]); executed by the [[International Mili
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  • The period of the Second World War between the fall of Poland in October 1939 and the invasion of Norway in April 1940.
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  • <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude>A 13th-century brick castle in Poland, built by the Order of the Teutonic Knights. It was the Order's headquarter
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  • ...gadefuehrer]]; member of the SD; Commanding Officer of Einsatzgruppe VI in Poland and B in Russia
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  • ...represented [[Generalgouvernement]] at [[Wannsee Conference]]; executed by Poland for [[war crime]]s
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  • <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude>(1857-1924) [[Poland|Polish]]-[[Great Britain|British]] [[novel]]ist and [[short story]] writer;
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  • (1875-1953) German [[Field Marshal]]; commanded [[army group]]s in Poland, France and Russia; commander-in-chief West at the time of the [[Battle o
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  • ...opulation c. 3.6 million; capital Vilnius) bordered by Latvia, Belorussia, Poland and the Russian Federation, and with a short coastline on the Baltic Sea.
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  • ...Bohemia and Moravia; formerly part of Czechoslovakia; bordered by Germany, Poland, Slovakia and Austria.
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  • ...ish uniform, to give a ''casus belli'' for [[Case White]], the invasion of Poland
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  • ...nfuehrer]]; [[SIPO]] chief in Krakow 1940; Commander of Einsatzgruppe I in Poland; trainer of Soviet Einsatzgruppe and staff to [[Reinhard Heydrich]]; [[Waff
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  • Located in Poland, the largest Nazi [[concentration camp]], combining slave labor and direct
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  • ...ation adjoining Austria to the west, the Czech Republic to the north-west, Poland to the north, Ukraine to the east and Hungary to the south.
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  • * [http://www.info-poland.buffalo.edu/classroom/potop/1655.html The reign of the Vasa dynasty (1587-1 ...://www.zum.de/whkmla/histatlas/eceurope/haxpoland.html historical atlas of Poland]
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  • ...then killing units, which accompanied Army units advancing into Austria, Poland and Russia; units on [[Russian Front]] carried out mass murder in [[The Hol
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  • ...lready been involved in armed conflict, such as Japan in China, Germany in Poland, and Italy in Ethiopia.
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  • ...Poland under occupation and German control after the [[German invasion of Poland]], established by a decree of [[Adolf Hitler]] on 12 October 1939. The Ukra Western Poland was treated as part of Germany and designated the [[Warthegau]], and those
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  • Air operations in Europe, from the invasion of Poland to the Normandy invasions, separate from articles on [[World War II, air wa
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  • ...n western [[Poland]]. With population of 565,000 people, Poznań is one of Poland's biggest cities. It is also an important centre of trade, industry, cultur ...factory. Kompania Piwowarska, one of two largest producers of [[beer]] in Poland is headquartered in Poznań, also owning a brewery in city. IT sector is ex
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  • ...; later commanded Vaivara concentration camp and the Grini camp in Norway; Poland tried and executed him in 1947
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  • ...mes '''Wartheland'''. As opposed to the [[Generalgouvernement]] in Central Poland, treated a colony, or the eastern part under Soviet control, the Warthegau
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  • ...d forces moving into the Sudetenland and Austria, planned and commanded in Poland where he protested SS misconduct, relieved and later on the Western Front,
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  • ...e with pictures proposed by Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs [http://www.poland.gov.pl/files/Flaga_polska.gif] and the presidential website.[http://www.pre ...''' ([[Polish language|Polish]]: ''Polska''), officially the ''Republic of Poland'' (Polish: ''Rzeczpospolita Polska''), is a large Slavic nation in [[Centra
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  • {{r|1920 Soviet invasion of Poland}}
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  • ...with the [[North Sea]], [[Denmark]] and the [[Baltic Sea]] to the north; [[Poland]] and the [[Czech Republic]] to the east; [[Switzerland]] and [[Austria]] t
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  • * Library of Congress. ''A Country Study: Poland'' (1993), highly detailed factual report by U.S. government (it is in the p * ''Poland'' (Eyewitness Travel Guides by DK Publishing) (2007)
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  • {{r|1939 German invasion of Poland}} ...n, commanded a [[field army]] in it, and was Military Governor of occupied Poland.
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  • ...embourg]], [[Mexico]], [[the Netherlands]], [[New Zealand]], [[Norway]], [[Poland]], [[Portugal]], [[Spain]], [[Sweden]], [[Switzerland]], [[Turkey]], the [[
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  • ...onsidered the start of the [[Second World War]], the '''German invasion of Poland''',code named Case White, began on 1 September 1939 after Germany had stag The campaign, which ended on 6 October, split Poland into three zones:
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  • ...hite Eagle, Poland's highest civilian decoration, for his contributions to Poland's recovery of its independence.
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  • ...Europe]]. It borders the [[Czech Republic]] and [[Austria]] to the west, [[Poland]] to the north, [[Ukraine]] to the east and [[Hungary]] to the south. Its c
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  • * Warsaw, Poland
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  • {{r|Poland, history}}
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Poland, history]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Poland}}
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  • ...adah''' is a [[Passover]] [[Haggadah]] illustrated by [[Arthur Szyk]] in [[Poland]] in the [[1930s]], cited by the [[Times of London]] as "worthy to be plac ...Goebbels]] and [[Hermann Goering]] on two snakes. However, publishers in Poland and [[Czechoslovakia]] rejected it for fear of antagonizing [[Germany]]. In
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  • ...900-1946) was a Nazi lawyer, who headed the colonial occupation of central Poland, the [[Generalgouvernement]]. [[G.M. Gilbert]], the staff psychologist at ==Poland==
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  • {{r|Poland Act}}
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  • ...oth in [[Ukraine]] and in emigre communities in the United States, Canada, Poland, and elsewhere.
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  • ...ulus''''', original name '''Karol Wojtyła''' (born 18 May 1920, Wadowice, Poland–died 2 April 2005, Vatican City), was the Pope of the Catholic Church. He ...lieved God was calling him for priesthood. During the German occupation of Poland, he studied secretly. On the 1 November 1946, he was ordained to the priest
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  • ...man [[Case White]], the invasion and the fall of [[Poland]])<ref name=HyperPoland>{{citation | contribution - PART TWO, POLAND'S POSITION AND GERMANY'S PREPARATIONS FOR THE ATTACK, Chapter 4: The Polish
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  • ...torical region in [[Central Europe]]. Nowaday Silesia is divided between [[Poland]] (main part), [[Czechia]] and [[Germany]]. It has two parts - [[Lower Sile ...], [[Bohemia]], [[Lusatia]], [[Brandenburg]], [[Greater Poland]], [[Lesser Poland]] and [[Upper Hungary]] (present-day [[Slovakia]]).
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  • ...ssador to the Republic of Korea]] (2004-2005), [[U.S. Ambassador to Poland|Poland]] (2000-2004), and the [[U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Macedonia|Repub
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  • ...1938 [[Anschluss]], and then became a Nazi official in the occupations of Poland and the Netherlands. Especially for the occupations, in which he was deeply ...rank]] as head of the [[Generalgouvernement]] occupation administration in Poland.
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  • ...by a "secret additional protocol," signed a week before the invasion of Poland.<ref>{{citation
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  • .... He commanded the [[Thirteenth German Army]] in the [[German invasion of Poland]], and the [[Eighteenth German Army]] in the [[Battle of France]], being or ==Poland==
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  • ...by the [[Jesuit]] order, which reclaimed large parts of Europe, such as [[Poland]]. In general, northern Europe became Protestant, and southern Europe staye
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  • *[[German invasion of Poland|Poland]], the United Kingdom, and France (September 1939)
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  • Born in Poland and having done much of his professional work in the U.S., '''Mark Kac'''
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  • {{r|German invasion of Poland}}
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  • ...t, [[Saxony-Anhalt]] in the north west and [[Brandenburg]] in the north. [[Poland]] and the [[Czech Republic]] bound Saxony in the east respectively in the s ...y from south to north. The Neiße is Germany's and thus Saxony's border to Poland. The [[Ore Mountains]] lie on its southern border to the Czech Republic an
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  • {{r|Poland}}
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  • ...are used in [[Germany]], [[Netherlands]], [[Hungary]], [[Switzerland]], [[Poland]], [[Japan]] and [[Australia]].
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  • German air operations in Europe began with [[Case White]], the invasion of Poland. After the end of that campaign and temporary peace with Russia, Hitler tur ==The invasion of Poland==
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  • ...tates of America]], [[France]], [[Great Britain]], [[India]], [[Japan]], [[Poland]], and [[Czechoslovakia]]. It went into force on July 24, 1929, at which ti ...., the Manchuria Incident? Italian operations in Ethiopia? the invasion of Poland?), it was one of the most quickly ignored international agreements.
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  • '''1970 7" single''' (Poland: Daszkowska N 037)
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  • ...tself, had been burnt down. The country had no treasury. The war against [[Poland]] and [[Sweden]] was continuing and many territories had been seized. Socia ...ge for twenty thousand [[ruble]]s. He signed the [[truce of Deulino]] with Poland in 1618; it lasted for fourteen years. By this agreement, Russia lost some
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  • {{r|Poland}}
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  • ==Poland== ...zi SS and military ranks|Generaloberst]], he commanded [[Army Group North (Poland)]] in the Polish campaign.
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  • ...estudiesgroup.org.uk/Malbork%20-%20Anthony%20Emery.pdf "Malbork Castle – Poland"], ''The Castle Studies Group Journal'' 21. pp. 138–156.
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  • ...alin (a country residence of the Polish Academy of Sciences near Warsaw in Poland)
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  • '''1970 7" single''' (Poland: Prasniewska N-370)
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  • ...Croatia, Cuba, Egypt, Ethiopia, Finland, India, Iraq, North Korea, Libya, Poland, Romania, Russia, Syria, Vietnam, Yemen, and Yugoslavia.
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  • ...rn Europe that borders [[Russia]] to the east, [[Ukraine]] to the south, [[Poland]] to the west, and [[Lithuania]] and [[Latvia]] to the north. Its capital i ...ough with a very substantial Polish population) that were part of interwar Poland were annexed by the [[USSR]] and attached to the Soviet Belarus. The territ
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  • ...nds]] between them), [[Russia]], [[Estonia]], [[Latvia]], [[Lithuania]], [[Poland]] and [[Germany]]. The [[Kiel Canal]] is one of the main routes into the Ba
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  • ...] invading the Soviet Union, but the function started with the invasion of Poland, killing political undesirables and possible threats. The largest executio ...he groups were issued in September 1939, three weeks after the invasion of Poland. <ref>{{citation
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  • '''Marie Curie''' (born Maria Skłodowska in Warsaw, Poland on November 7, 1867), was a pioneer in [[radioactivity]] research and the f ...element|element]]s in 1898, [[polonium]] (named after Marie Curie's native Poland) and [[radium]], from a mineral called [[pitchblende]]. Marie and Pierre jo
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  • ...nd]], 1894 - [[New Canaan, Connecticut]], [[September 13]], 1951) was a [[Poland]]-born [[United States|American]] [[artist]], famous for his anti-[[Axis Po Szyk was born in [[Łódź]], Poland, to [[Jew]]ish parents. At one time, he was expelled from school for his a
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  • ...him would be to defy President [[Paul von Hindenburg]]. After victories in Poland and France, he increasingly thought highly of Hitler's abilities, although ...ed at the Maginot Line rather than intervening under France's guarantee to Poland.<ref>Gilbert, p. 366</ref>
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  • * Library of Congress. ''A Country Study: Poland'' (1993), highly detailed factual report by U.S. government (it is in the p * ''Poland'' (Eyewitness Travel Guides by DK Publishing) (2007)
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  • ...own the [[Beer Hall Putsch]]. Recalled from retirement for the invasion of Poland, he again asked for, and received, retirement in 1942, after being promoted ...into retirement. He was recalled to command 12th Army for the invasion of Poland (September 1938 to May 1941).
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  • *[[Karol Szymanowski]] (Poland), four symphonies *[[Krzysztof Penderecki]] (Poland), eight symphonies, 1973-present
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  • ...as estranged equally by Britain's half-hearted approach and the refusal of Poland to admit Soviet troops to its soil in the event of war. Further, Moscow ask ...and France formed a united front in behalf of Turkey, Greece, Romania, and Poland, pledging their armed support to these states if they were attacked by Germ
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  • ...22, 1939, he was made Military Governor of the German occupying forces in Poland.
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  • ...estudiesgroup.org.uk/Malbork%20-%20Anthony%20Emery.pdf "Malbork Castle – Poland"], ''The Castle Studies Group Journal'' 21. p. 139.</ref> In 1283 the State ...te of the Teutonic Knights was inaugurated.<ref>Emery, "Malbork Castle – Poland", pp. 141&ndash;142.</ref>
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  • ...ce to the Sudeten German Party, and helped fabricate border incidents with Poland. <ref>Maguire, p. 161</ref> ===Poland===
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  • ===Poland=== ...y and the Soviet Union participated in an armed invasion and occupation of Poland, beginning with an initial German attack on September 1, 1939. The German i
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  • ...ares borders with [[Latvia]] to the north, [[Belarus]] to the southeast, [[Poland]], and the [[Russia]]n [[exclave]] of the [[Kaliningrad Oblast]] to the sou
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  • '''1971 7" single''' (Poland: Dzwiekowa X 87) '''1971 7" single''' (Poland: Prasniewski N 677)
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  • | title=Poland mourns president's death in crash | url=http://edition.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/europe/04/10/poland.president.plane.crash/index.html?hpt=T1
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  • ...[[Heinz Guderian]] clearly was its prime executor in the 1939 invasion of Poland.<ref>{{citation ...atzgruppe]]n, not part of the military, also followed the breakthroughs in Poland and Russia, and were responsible for most atrocities against civilians and
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  • ...ck. Blitzkrieg was the breakthrough technique in the [[German invasion of Poland]] and the 1940 [[Battle of France]], while gluboky boi had a decisive role
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  • ...form: ''Česko'') is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It borders [[Poland]] to the north, [[Germany]] to the west, [[Austria]] to the south, and [[Sl
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  • ...n was a political commissar while Tukhachevsky commanded the invasion of [[Poland]]. He commanded the main attack, in 1920-1921, into Poland.<ref>{{citation
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  • ...d supported the declaration of war against Germany after the invasion of [[Poland]]. ...that Britain could rearm against the Nazi menace. Hitler's Germany invaded Poland on 1 September 1939, and following the debacle of the British expedition to
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  • ...ry to Germany, and Bonnet in May rebuffed a Polish suggestion that France, Poland, and the UK should together discuss the Czech issue. For two months the Cze ...on. At the same time the 350 square miles of Teschen Silesia were ceded to Poland, which had exploited Czechoslovakia’s predicament in order to press for t
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  • ...ed at the conference, however space was left for them to sign the Charter. Poland did so on October 15 1945, becoming one of the original 51 states that made
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  • ...ch's formal title was “Chief of the Security Police and the SD.” After Poland was invaded, Himmler formally linked the Security Police and SD by decreein Heydrich had important roles both in provoking the war with Poland, and then in detaining and killing Polish opposition.
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  • Vogel was born in the small town Satanów in the Podolia region of Poland (now western Ukraine) to a Jewish orthodox family. He grew up in [[Vilnius| ...1944, he was captured by the Nazis and deported to a concentration camp in Poland, where he died shortly afterwards.
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  • ...he [[United States]], [[Israel]], [[Palestine]], [[Jordan]], [[Brazil]], [[Poland]], [[Spain]], [[Germany]], [[Austria]], [[France]], [[Malta]], [[Turkey]],
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  • ===Poland=== Woermann helped fabricate prewar border incidents with Poland. <ref name=Maguire/>
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  • {{Image|Malbork Castle, 2010.jpg|right|350px|[[Malbork Castle]], now in [[Poland]], served as the headquarters of the Teutonic Knights from 1309 to 1457.}}
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  • *[[Sudetes]] ([[Czech Republic]], [[Germany]], [[Poland]])
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  • ...oland at the time was under Russian, Prussian and Austrian [[Partitions of Poland|domination]], and not recognized as an independent country. It was Marie's
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  • ...ge in 1723 and married Maria Leszczygska, daughter of Stanislas I, King of Poland. ...Peace of Vienna (1738), following French intervention in [[Poland, history|Poland]] on behalf of Stanislas Leszczygski, the king's father-in-law, who had bee
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  • | Tried in Poland for war crimes and executed in Krakow in July 1948 | Killed in action in Poland in February 1945
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  • ...nd additional export orders are being pursued in countries such as Israel, Poland, the Philippines, and Iraq. T-50 is also being marketed as a candidate for
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  • ...nistration]] proposed placing [[Ground-Based Midcourse Interceptors]] in [[Poland]]. While much mass media coverage portrayed this as a shield against attack ...would be stationed in waters off the coasts of Romania, Eastern Italy, and Poland. There would be transportable forward X-based radars in Azerbaijan and [[Qa
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  • [[Belz]] originated in Poland and is currently headquarted in Jerusalem, where the recently completed Bel [[Bobov]] originated in Poland and is currently located in Brooklyn, NY. It is led by the Halberstam rabbi
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  • ...name ("the Ukraine") but the more modern usage is to simply use "Ukraine". Poland long controlled Ukraine, calling its inhabitants "Ruthenians." The neighboring countries bordering on Ukraine are [[Russia]], [[Poland]], [[Belarus]], [[Hungary]], [[Romania]], [[Moldova]], and [[Slovakia]].
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  • [[Italy]], [[Poland]], [[Switzerland]], [[Czech Republic]], [[Slovenia]], [[Bosnia and Herzegov
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  • ...lso spreading to non Russian parts of the Empire, including [[Finland]], [[Poland]], the Baltic provinces and [[Georgia]], where it was reinforced by nationa ...some unpopular legislation, but special military expeditions were sent to Poland, the Baltic Provinces and Georgia, were putting down the revolution was par
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  • *[[Poland]]
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  • In May 1939, when Hitler had already determined to attack [[Poland]] in the summer or autumn of that year, the parents of a severely deformed ...lled in the [[Gdynia]] area. Similar measures were taken in other areas of Poland destined for incorporation into Germany<ref>Browning, 186-87.</ref>. At [[P
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  • ...of the Second World War and, in September 1939, led Army Group South into Poland. He subsequently led army groups in the [[Battle of France]] and in [[Opera
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  • ...ties activities and outlawed its newspaper. Following Hitler's invasion of Poland, Daladier declared war on Germany two days after [[Neville Chamberlain]] of
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  • * 2 soldiers from [[Poland]] (Army )
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  • ...ide to revoke it.</ref>; the cession of most of West Prussia and Poznan to Poland, together with plebiscites to determine the frontier in [[Upper Silesia]] a ...was taken on March 20, 1921, two days after the [[Treaty of Riga]] between Poland and Soviet Russia, and gave results that were subsequently interpreted as p
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  • ...enths of thousands of refugees from the eastern parts of Germany lost to [[Poland]].
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  • ...I]], most of Lower Silesia (including the city of Breslau) was returned to Poland and Breslau was renamed again as Wroclaw. The University of Breslau is now
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  • ...rs with [[Norway]], [[Finland]], [[Estonia]], [[Latvia]], [[Lithuania]], [[Poland]], [[Belarus]], [[Ukraine]], [[Georgia]], [[Azerbaijan]], [[Kazakhstan]], [
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  • * 2008: Chris Poland (''Misty Mountain Hop: A Millennium Tribute to Led Zeppelin'')
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  • ...She was born and educated in the U.S., but did early fieldwork in Vilna, Poland, just before World War II. After war's end, she returned for both rescue an
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  • ...815 and Poland would not be a state until 1918.</ref> Napoleon's impact on Poland was dramatic, including the Napoleonic legal code, the abolition of serfdom ...peace of Vienna, had caused Czar Alexander anxiety lest the restoration of Poland should be contemplated, and this was a factor that led to Napoleon's invasi
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  • ...rzysztof Bojko}} contributing expert, [[Ariel Center for Policy Research]] Poland ...yna Fruzińska}} contributing expert, [[Ariel Center for Policy Research]] Poland
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  • '''1972 7" single''' (Poland: Glowala XN 82)
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  • ...d other Baltic states is made predominantly from wheat where as vodka from Poland is made from rye.
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  • ...ations/the-world-factbook/geos/pl.html][http://www.economist.com/countries/Poland/] |Poland
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  • ...arents, Sendel and Rivka Grynszpan, were [[Jew]]s who had emigrated from [[Poland]] in 1911 and settled in Hannover, where Sendel opened a tailor's shop, fro ...prevent the 70,000 Polish Jews living in Germany and Austria returning to Poland, so that path was also closed: in any case Grynszpan had only grandparents
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  • In May 1939, when Hitler had already determined to attack [[Poland]] in the summer or autumn of that year, the parents of a severely deformed ...lled in the [[Gdynia]] area. Similar measures were taken in other areas of Poland destined for incorporation into Germany<ref>Browning, 186-87.</ref>. At [[P
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  • {{r|U.S. Ambassador to Poland}}
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  • ...ard fought against the Turks with John Sobieski, king of [[Poland, history|Poland]]; and he distinguished himself in the wars against [[Louis XIV]] of France
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  • The camps, all in Poland, were:
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  • * Górecki, Piotr. ''Economy, Society, and Lordship in Medieval Poland, 1100-1250'' Holmes & Meier, 1992 [http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=897 * ''The Cambridge History of Poland'' (vol 1 1941) [http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=58956854 online edition
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  • ...sia]], the capital of [[Kaliningrad Oblast]], a Russian exclave between [[Poland]] and [[Lithuania]].
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  • ...the dive. The scream of a diving Stuka was unmistakable and terrifying in Poland and France, but the slow Stuka was not survivable against the better-organi
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  • ...rom Germany and the occupied countries to labour camps, either in occupied Poland or further east in the Soviet Union, which it was assumed would soon be com ...po]]. When [[Hans Frank]], head of the [[Generalgouvernement]] in occupied Poland, heard of the meeting, he demanded to be represented, and Heydrich quickly
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  • ...d><td>{{headofstate|Poland}}</td><td>{{headofstate-enteredoffice|President|Poland}}</td>
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  • ...shing.com/products/journals/aag/AAG_April03/aag_44237.htm]): [[Warsaw]], [[Poland]]
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  • ===Poland=== ...he Wartheland region in a study of efforts to "Germanize" areas of western Poland. There were four major deportation operations between December 1939 and Mar
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  • ...nterwar period, and as late as 1940, notwithstanding the German success in Poland in 1939, the RAF still possessed no air formation that could rapidly respon ...Milch and airplane designer Ernst Heinkel built a huge factory at Budzyn, Poland, called the "Ultra Project" designed to use Jews as slave laborers to buil
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  • ...ps at [[Warsaw]], [[Poland]] and shortly after arrives in [[Bialystok]], [[Poland]]. It is here where Sajer is trained along with his unit and becomes accust
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  • ...S. To its police activities the SS added protection of the German Volk in Poland and elsewhere, their "blood" and their unity, and also the protection of th ...to the second slot under Himmler. Meanwhile Himmler had special powers in Poland, where he feuded with the official supposedly in charge Hans Frank. <ref> B
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  • '''Pôle''' ''Poland'' = '''pôle''' ''wood'' = '''pôll''' ''election '''Pôlish''' ''Poland''
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  • ''See [[Poland]] for an overview of the contemporary nation.'' ...h). By 1773 the political realm was down to only 84,000 square miles, and Poland was too weak and inefficient to prevent its German and Russian neighbors fr
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  • ...sent, as a [[major]], with a British assistance and observer mission to [[Poland]], as chief of staff of the British Military Mission, with the secret assig
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  • ...t covered all of the former territories of the Russian Empire other than [[Poland]].
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  • ...a peace pact with [[Stalin]]'s Russia in August 1939, and finally invaded Poland in September 1939. ...ary moves were brilliantly successful, as in the "blitzkrieg" invasions of Poland (1939), Norway (1940), the Low Countries (1940), and above all the stunning
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  • ...essions in eastern europe : Social change and organizational innovation in poland. Nonprofit and civil society studies. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publ ...fessions in eastern Europe: Social change and organizational innovation in poland. Edited by Helmut K. Anheier. Nonprofit and civil society series. New York:
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  • Poland: runs on 3 major banks. Runs on banks in Argentina, Poland, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Turkey, Egypt and Mexico.
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  • ...burg Rights. In 1772 it was taken over by Russia in the First Partition of Poland.
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  • ...fare specialist. An anti-Nazi before 1933, he commanded Panzer forces into Poland and Russia, but was dismissed from command and the army, in 1942 for a tac
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  • * Gross, Jan T. ''Revolution from Abroad: The Soviet Conquest of Poland's Western Ukraine and Western Belorussia'' (1988).
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  • ...any, India, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Namibia, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Russian Federation, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine, United Kingdom o ...pect of the Faroe Islands and Greenland), European Union, Iceland, Norway, Poland, Russian Federation.
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  • ...o. Some equipment was shipped from satellite states such as [[Bulgaria]],[[Poland]] and [[Romania]]. [[North Korea]] both shipped Soviet-designed weapons it ...loc weapons were also exported to Iran via Syria, Libya, [[Romania]] and [[Poland]]- and directly from the Soviet Union.<ref name=Timmerman-Ch07>{{citation
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  • ...d training its army. In 1919, Captain de Gaulle volunteered for service in Poland and spent a year teaching at the Infantry School of the Polish army; he bec
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  • *NILU Polska Ltd. in [[Katowice]], [[Poland]]
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  • ===Poland and Ukraine=== * Gross, Jan T. ''Revolution from Abroad: The Soviet Conquest of Poland's Western Ukraine and Western Belorussia'' (1988).
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  • ...roximately 250 persons organized in the Karaites Religious Organization of Poland [http://www.karaimi.home.pl/|//www.karaimi.home.pl/])
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  • ...and Jan Rutkowski (1886-1949), the founders of modern economic history in Poland and of the journal ''Roczniki Dziejów Spolecznych i Gospodarczych'' (1931-
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  • ...Modernization Background of the "Meat Problem" in the People's Republic of Poland]. ''Przeglad Historyczny'' 2005 96(4): 587-605. Issn: 0033-2186 </ref>
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  • ...nexed by [[Russia]] in 1793, as a consequence of the Second Partition of [[Poland]]. From 1919–1991, Minsk was the capital of the Byelorussian SSR.
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  • ...Warsaw Pact, several countries need MiG-29s to be interoperable with NATO. Poland has had such modifications both on its own aircraft and those it leased fro
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  • <td>[[Poland]]</td><td>[[Warsaw]]</td><td>[[Polish złoty]]</td> ...adofstate|Poland}}<br><small>''since {{headofstate-enteredoffice|President|Poland}}''</small></td>
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  • ...[[Latvia]], and [[Lithuania]]); the Central European "Visegrad Group" ([[Poland]], [[Czech Republic]], [[Slovakia]], [[Hungary]]); and the former members o ...languages are widely spoken in Eastern and Central Europe (from Russia to Poland and to the Balkans), and the Germanic languages are spoken in Northern and
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  • ...liver Hazard Perry-class include Spain, Taiwan, Turkey, Egypt, Bahrain and Poland.
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  • ...ogy, or the limits of a technology. Dive bombers were quite successful in Poland and France, but against unsophisticated air defenses. While the assault tea ...apable of [[dive bombing]], based on the success of the [[Ju-87 Stuka]] in Poland and France. Stukas were quickly withdrawn from the [[Battle of Britain]]; t
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  • *September 1, 1939: Germans invade Poland [[Case White]] ...Stuka]] [[bomber aircraft|dive bomber]]s in the blitzkriegs that shattered Poland in 1939 and France in 1940, proved to civilians that air power would domina
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  • ...pose Hitler and prevent war, but nothing came of this. When Hitler invaded Poland on 1 September, the conspirators were unable to move. ...rophe. He was shocked and disgusted by the behaviour of the SS in occupied Poland, but gave no support to his senior officer there, General [[Johannes Blasko
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  • ...la]], where she was intercepted by a Polish [[Lublin R-XIII]] from [[Puck, Poland|Puck]] naval airbase and forced to leave Polish airspace. During this time, After the [[Invasion of Poland (1939)|German invasion of Poland]] started the [[Second World War]] on [[1 September]], the ''Luftwaffe'' or
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  • ...d great numbers of citizens, mostly Jewish, from Holland, France, Belgium, Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Greece, or other countries. We executed about 400
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  • ===Poland=== In [[Poland]] moderate republicanism was also an important ideology. In Poland republicans were those who supported the status quo of having a very weak m
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  • ...Poland and the Soviet Union) and the Oder-Neisse line (between Germany and Poland) upset the Polish government in exile in London. Churchill was convinced th
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  • |event='''1990''': Activism by Solidarity led to semi-free elections in Poland. The resulting coalition government was one of the major steps in the emerg
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  • ...[[Russia, history|Russia]], which also obtained most of [[Poland, history|Poland]]. The Holy Roman Empire (abolished by Napoleon) was not restored; a German
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  • ...esignated [[Canadian Active Service Force]]) followed when the invasion of Poland by Germany was announced.
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  • ...Paris, [[Ernst vom Rath]], in revenge for the deportation of his family to Poland and the persecution of German Jews.<ref>For Grynszpan, his actions and the ...[Poland]]. From May onwards, he orchestrated a “hate campaign” against Poland, fabricating stories about atrocities against ethnic Germans in [[Danzig]]
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  • ...ithuania]]. Later, the city and surrounding area became a voivodeship of [[Poland]] as part of the [[Union of Lublin]], a monarchical alliance that created t
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  • ...hat specifically ordered the death of the Jewish populations of Germany or Poland. Critics counter this argument by noting that very few Nazi documents used ...red "that Jews were gassed to death at the Auschwitz Concentration Camp in Poland during the summer of 1944" was a fact.<ref>http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.
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  • ...m being relieved. This theory did not work as well in Russia as it had in Poland and France. On 10 July, the Eleventh German Army had part of its 198th A difference from the West and Poland was that Soviet [[T-34 tank|T-34]] medium and [[KV tank|KV heavy tanks]] we
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  • ...s a 1994 film, which forms part of the ''[[Three Colours]]'' trilogy by [[Poland|Polish]] director [[Krzysztof Kieślowski]]. ''Red'' is the final film of t
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  • ...in 2004, "When talking about Ronald Reagan, I have to be personal. We in Poland took him so personally. Why? Because we owe him our liberty. This can't be
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  • ...2, explores the development of antitrust law in Australia, Japan, Germany, Poland, and the European Union (EU)
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  • ...ies of the Soviet Union during the Cold War period were [[East Germany]] [[Poland]], [[Czechoslovakia]], [[Hungary]] and [[Bulgaria]] together with [[Mongoli ...at Stalin always wanted control over the western border regions, including Poland and the Baltics. Was the goal a buffer against German militarism or against
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  • A matter concerning [[Poland]]'s "Law of 26 October 1982 on Education in Sobriety and the Fight against | title = Case of Witold Litwa v. Poland
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  • Milwaukee attracted postwar immigrants from Ireland, Germany, Hungary, Poland and other central European nations. Milwaukee became one of the 15 largest ...niversaries and holidays; organizing fine arts competitions and history of Poland quizzes; propagating Polish history and the history of the Polonia abroad i
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  • ...rod was born in [[New York City]], the son of [[Jew]]ish immigrants from [[Poland]]. He received his bachelor's degree in biology from the [[College of the C
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  • ...th derived their ideas from lessons learned in the 1920 Soviet invasion of Poland, commanded by Tukhachesky. <ref>{{citation
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  • ...mendation from [[Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski]], [[HSSPF]] for southeastern Poland, and his staff. <ref name=HT>{{citation
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  • ...ormalized method of decision making. One such method was originated by a [[Poland|Polish]] engineer, Janusz Bucki and is named B-ADSc (Bucki - Analyse Décis
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  • ...ucted by forces from the U.S., the [[United Kingdom]], [[Australia]] and [[Poland]], and was supported in various ways by many other countries, some of which ...uneven quality. A Polish official, Marek Belka, was deputy head of ORHA. Poland does have peacekeeping experience, but not in this sensitive environment. I
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  • ...For his part, Stalin insisted on the redrawing of the eastern frontier of Poland along the so-called Curzon line, to reunited eastern and western Ukraine. ...ith the Allied armies advancing into Germany and the Soviets in control of Poland, the issues had to come out into the open. In February, Roosevelt, despite
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  • ...pressed architecturally in a town square such as this one in Koronowo in [[Poland]].]]
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  • ...1/> Also in the 1500s, oil from seeps in the [[Carpathian Mountains]] of [[Poland]] was burned in street lamps of the Polish town of [[Krosno]].<ref name=Geo ...40 metres (100 to 130 feet) deep in Europe at [[ Bóbrka]], near Krosno in Poland by [[Ignacy Łukasiewicz]], a Polish pharmacist. That was followed in 1857
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  • ...in 2004, "When talking about Ronald Reagan, I have to be personal. We in Poland took him so personally. Why? Because we owe him our liberty. This can't be
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  • ....S. [[Nuremberg Military Tribunals]], or trials by occupied powers such as Poland.
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  • XIII. Establishment of an independent Poland with access to the sea <br />
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  • ...man Democratic Republic]], the erstwhile [[Soviet Union]], [[Bulgaria]], [[Poland]] and [[Czechoslovakia]]. For the first 5-6 years, participation was limite
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  • ...[[Latvia]], and [[Lithuania]]); the Central European "Visegrad Group" ([[Poland]], [[Czech Republic]], [[Slovakia]], [[Hungary]]); and the former members o ...languages are widely spoken in Eastern and Central Europe (from Russia to Poland and to the Balkans), and the Germanic languages are spoken in Northern and
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  • ...esperately needed hard currency and creating an informal relationship with Poland.</ref> (Finland also took his advice not to join.) Instead he imposed the
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  • ...own Gleiwitz radio station, which were a pretext for a punitive attack on Poland, cannot be reasonably justified as preventive, as the Polish military was n
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  • ...erly<ref name="pmid2200894">{{cite journal| author=Margolis KL, Nichol KL, Poland GA, Pluhar RE| title=Frequency of adverse reactions to influenza vaccine in ...ain.<ref name="pmid2200894">{{cite journal| author=Margolis KL, Nichol KL, Poland GA, Pluhar RE| title=Frequency of adverse reactions to influenza vaccine in
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  • *: [[Luke P. Poland]] ''([[Republican Party (United States)|R]])'' *: [[Luke P. Poland]] (1815-1887), ''[[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]'' ...appoi
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  • ...BCE to the [[Solidarity]] movement started in the Lenin Shipyards, Gdansk (Poland) 1981, often draw on or depend upon anarchistic motivations, even if their
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  • ...rope join the EU (the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia ).
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  • ...Walter Norman Haworth]] and Sir [[Edmund Hirst]] and, independently, the [[Poland|Polish]] [[Tadeus Reichstein]], succeeded in synthesizing the vitamin, the
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  • ...t either shipped equipment through satellite states such as [[Bulgaria]],[[Poland]] and [[Romania]], or arranged for the satellites to ship from their own st
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  • *2: [[Luke P. Poland]] ''([[Republican Party (United States)|R]])'' *2: [[Luke P. Poland]] (1815-1887), ''[[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]''
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  • ...d race relations in the United States, and to promote [[Zionism]]. Born in Poland in 1940, Mr. Foxman was saved from the Holocaust as an infant by his Polish
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  • ...the number had reached 11,000. By 2001, immigrants from Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Philippines, and Romania were pouring into the country and 36,000 work
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  • Upon invitation of the city of Dantzig ([[Gdansk]]) he traveled to Poland in the summer of 1591, probably to give advise about Dantzig's harbor.
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  • *2: [[Luke P. Poland]] ''([[Republican Party (United States)|R]])'' *2: [[Luke P. Poland]] (1815-1887), ''[[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]''
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  • ...rew fluently. His mother was born in a post-WWII displaced persons camp in Poland, meeting his father, a Jerusalem native, in Israel. She "forced" him to joi
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  • ...he Alps in the south. Its direct neighbors are [[Denmark]] in the north, [[Poland]] and the [[Czech Republic]] in the east, [[Austria]] and [[Switzerland]] i
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  • ...th Israel movement in 1912 in Kattowitz ([[Katowice]]), [[Germany]] (now [[Poland]]). The American Agudath Israel was founded in 1939. There is an Agudat Isr
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  • XIII. Establishment of an independent Poland with access to the sea <br /> ...nent of anti-Semitism was sympathetic to the plight of Jews, especially in Poland. As President, Wilson repeatedly stated in 1919 that U.S. policy was to "ac
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  • ...by the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, and Protestants lost ground in [[Poland]] Bohemia, Austria, and Hungary.
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  • ...t part of his life Copernicus worked and lived in Frombork, in the east of Poland at the Baltic Sea. This city is the seat of the diocese [[Warnia]] (in Germ
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  • ...ents included duty at the [[U.S. Embassy to Hungary]], as interim AID to [[Poland]], as Desk Officer for [[China]], Special Assistant to the Deputy Secretar
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  • {{r|Aleksander Kwaśniewski}} Former [[President of Poland]]; board, [[International Crisis Group]]
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  • [[Poland]], the [[University of Alberta]], [[Canada]], and [[Shinshu University]], [
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  • In 1849, as his health was failing, Balzac travelled to [[Poland]] to visit [[Eveline Hanska]], a wealthy Polish lady, with whom he had corr
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  • ...ism|nationalists]]".<ref>{{cite news|title=A veto gives the rule of law in Poland a reprieve|url=https://www.economist.com/news/europe/21725575-governing-law ...ociety|open societies]]', Soros financially supported dissidents including Poland's [[Solidarity (Polish trade union)|Solidarity]] movement, [[Charter 77]] i
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  • ...very cold", which, while he was told was Alaska, could have been northern Poland.<ref name=ABC2005-12-05>{{citation
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  • .... conquered in [[World War II]] ([[Estonia]], [[Latvia]], [[Lithuania]], [[Poland]], [[Czechoslovakia]], [[Hungary]], [[Romania]], [[Bulgaria]]), those taken
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  • ...outh Korea and Taiwan have it, and at least a temporary installation is in Poland.
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  • *[[Confederation of Reformed Evangelical Churches in Poland]]
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  • ...tual support in case of a war and in effect giving Hitler a free hand in [[Poland]], seeing [[World War II]] break out on September 1939.
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  • *[[Poland]], joined 24/10/1945
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  • ...and Taxis]]. Their range extended from the Baltic to the Adriatic and from Poland to the Straits of Gibraltar. These services eventually became extinct or we
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  • ...and their ways to be distinctly inferior. Miernik is ordered to return to Poland. He tells the others that he is fearful for his life if he does so and see
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  • ...the Soviet Bloc, the information on East Germany was thought best, fair on Poland, and worst on China. ...t in part, to put pressure on [[Władysław Gomułka| Gomulka]] [leader of Poland]. We believe that the Soviets will exert greater efforts to obtain Gomulka'
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  • ...itle=Lessons of Chernobyl: Nuclear Power is Safe}}</ref> While working on Poland, he observed that the amount of radioactive exposure had increased 2.6 mill
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  • # 11 Poland
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  • ...o a wave of bank failures in Germany, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Poland, and led indirectly to the departure of Britain and others from the [[gold
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  • ...oducing kerosene from hand-dug oil wells near the town of Krosno, now in [[Poland]]. The first large petroleum refinery was built in Ploesti, [[Romania]] in
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  • ...workers, first "guest workers" from France and later slave labourers from Poland, Ukraine and other eastern countries, were brought in to replace them. Ley
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  • |Poland ([[ZPAV]])
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  • ...other surge, in Eastern Europe, since the fall of the Soviet Union, with [[Poland|Polish]] [[Solidarity (political movement)|Solidarity (''solidarnosc'')]] b
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  • ...oducing kerosene from hand-dug oil wells near the town of Krosno, now in [[Poland]]. The first large petroleum refinery was built in Ploesti, [[Romania]] in
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  • After [[World War II]] Germany ceded territory in the east to [[Poland]], [[Russia]], and the [[Czech Republic]]. As a result, three dialects have
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  • ...which William's father later pursued in Ohio. In 1852 the family moved to Poland, Ohio, where William attended a local school. He entered Allegheny College
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  • ...ollectivism in samples from Bulgaria, Canada, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, Poland, and the U.S.A. (total N = 1,018). Both at the individual level and the soc
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  • ...f Austria and Czechoslovakia to submit to German rule. In 1939, he invaded Poland, starting [[World War II]]. During this War, Hitler's Germany took over mos
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  • |Poland
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  • ...significant communications changes two days before the German invasion of Poland, and the intelligence significance was noted and forwarded to Washington.
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  • ...r, international advisory board, [[Atlantic Council]]; Former President of Poland
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  • ===Operations in Poland and the Balkans===
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  • ...nted by most European countries. The exceptions are six countries - Italy, Poland, Romania, the Russian Federation, Turkey, and Ukraine - which together prov
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  • ...nce, that in 1863 simultaneous peasant revolts and an armed rebellion in [[Poland]] would cripple [[Alexander II|Alexander]]'s regime<ref name=Ulman1977>Ulma
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  • ...entry into the Second World War]] in September 1939, after Germany invaded Poland. The first Canadian Army units arrived in Britain in December 1939. The ec
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  • ...Lecture 12] Faculty of Chemistry, [[Silesian University of Technology]], [[Poland]]</ref>
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  • ...onsibilities. Planning intensity intensified in April 2002. It deployed to Poland and conducted Exercise VICTORY STRIKE, a training exercise with Iraq in min
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  • ...Austria, Switzerland, Northern Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Great Britain, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Russia, Mongolia, north-west C
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  • ...y and Medicine, Department of Pathophysiology, Medical University of Lodz, Poland. R. Schwartz is an MD, MPH and Professor and Head of Dermatology, Professor
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  • ...ptember 2005, when production was moved by its owners, [[Kraft Foods]], to Poland. However, the historic factory building can still be seen, situated next to
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  • ...ermany, the United States of America, France, Great Britain, India, Japan, Poland, and Czechslovakia. It went into force on July 24, 1929, at which time 32 m
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  • | Poland (ZPAV)
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  • ...sohn was born in 1887 in [[Allenstein]], East [[Prussia]] (today Olysztyn, Poland).
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  • The last European witch execution took place in [[Poland]] in 1792. In the previous years, [[France]], [[Germany]] and [[Switzerland
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  • ...f the foreigners in Naples. Many of them are labourers from [[Ukraine]], [[Poland]], [[Albania]], and [[Romania]]. Non-Europeans such as the [[Han Chinese|Ch
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  • ...t either shipped equipment through satellite states such as [[Bulgaria]],[[Poland]] and [[Romania]], or arranged for the satellites to ship from their own st
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  • === Poland ===
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  • Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.<ref name=nineteen/>
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  • ...ant Christianity and rejects the concept of the Trinity. It developed in [[Poland]] and [[Transylvania]] in the 1560s, and spread to England in the seventeen
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  • ...from the former USSR. From 30,000 to 40,000 each came from Iran, Romania, Poland, Bosnia, Ethiopia, and Afghanistan
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  • ...xford UP, Oxford, 2005. ISBN 0-19-820615-1</ref> Many emigrated to France, Poland<ref>[http://www.bbc.co.uk/legacies/immig_emig/scotland/s_ne/]</ref> Italy a
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  • ...ccurred with respect to the forced population transfers in Czechoslovakia, Poland and Hungary before and during the war. This is clearly not the case with re
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  • ...rket was an issue in the 1920s (focused on immigrants from [[Italy]] and [[Poland]]), with rhetoric similar to that in the 2000s (focused on immigrants from
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  • ====[[Poland]]====
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  • .../2003/03/20030327-10.html] including Japan, Italy, Spain, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Turkey and the UK.
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  • ''ballot'' '''pôll''' = ''Poland'' '''Pôle''' = ''wood'' '''pôle
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  • ...both played down the idea of an EU split on Libya after Bulgaria, Germany, Poland and Malta - for a variety of reasons - said they would play no part in mili
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  • ...Latvia]], [[Lithuania]], [[Luxembourg]], [[Malta]], the [[Netherlands]], [[Poland]], [[Portugal]], [[Romania]], [[Slovakia]], [[Slovenia]], [[Spain]], [[Swed
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  • ..., though their people can vote in elections to the European Parliament), [[Poland]], [[Portugal]] (including the [[Azores]] and [[Madeira]]), [[Romania]], [[
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  • ...[NATO]]; NATO seeks new role; begins expansion to east with membership for Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic
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  • ...[[Ashkenazi]]; Ashkenazim, who are descendants of Jews from [[Germany]], [[Poland]], [[Austria]] and [[Eastern Europe]],
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  • *EK100W ([[Poland]]) - A Gaussian plume model used for air quality impact assessments of pol
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  • ...st group of immigrants comes from the United Kingdom (112,548) followed by Poland (63,267), Lithuania (24,628), Nigeria (16,300), Latvia (13,319), China (11,
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  • *''Poland'': autocephaly was recognised by the Ecumenical Patriarchate in 1924.<ref>[
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  • ...s were leaders of the left or Socialist movements (as in Britain, Germany, Poland, Japan, Canada and the U.S.).<ref name=Eley>{{cite book|author=Geoff Eley|t
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  • * Allen, Debra J. ''The Oder-Neisse Line: The United States, Poland, and Germany in the Cold War'' (2003) 309 pp. [http://www.amazon.com/Oder-N
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  • ...f the [[European Union]] are Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
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  • ...nd, fâil, pâil''' ''bucket'', '''pâle''' ''pallid'', '''Pôle''' ''Poland'' = '''pôle''' ''wood'', '''pál, låw, lîght''' (*lîte), '''léss
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  • <tr><th align="left">Poland</th><th align="left"> </th></tr>
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  • ...ttoman Empire]]), the United Kingdom, [[Austria-Hungary]], [[Portugal]], [[Poland]], [[Switzerland]], [[Kingdom of Yugoslavia|Yugoslavia]], North America, [[
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  • After the "[[Phony War]]" following the fall of Poland, Germany turned the Western Front into very real war on 10 May 1940. From t
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  • ...ntries that stayed longest on the exchange rates, (such as Switzerland and Poland), had high real wages and low output, whereas those that abandoned it early
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  • ...l support from the Baltic countries, a group of Ukrainian nationalists and Poland; Estonia once voted to recognize, but the act never was followed through du
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  • *[[Irvin Scarbeck]], a US diplomat, was entrapped by a female [[Poland|Polish]] officer in 1961, and photographed in a compromising position. He
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  • ...in the liberalization of Eastern Europe. To the Communist government of [[Poland]], [[Solidarity]] appeared subversive but not violent.
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  • ...ok place on the "Western Front" (northern France) and the "Eastern Front" (Poland), with other campaigns in Italy, Greece, Turkey, Palestine, Iraq and East A
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  • ...owerful and prominent. In 1229, responding to an appeal from the [[Duke of Poland]], they began a crusade against the pagan Slavs of Prussia. They became sov
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  • ...entative, was arrested in September 1939, following the German invasion of Poland.
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  • ...ve been broken by the British cryptanalyst, [[Dilwyn Knox]], in the 1920s. Poland gave critical information to the French and British in 1939, and production
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  • ...d to consider that Germany might first defeat East European allies such as Poland and Czechoslovakia. The lesson for intelligence here is not to assume a ve
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  • ...musicians in Europe. Today it is the still the favored folk instrument in Poland, and is played as a folk instrument in Czechoslovakia, Romania, Moldavia, L
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  • ...d for much of the 20th century, during which many Catholics from Italy and Poland also migrated to Scotland. Much of Scotland (particularly the West Central
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  • | quote = A native of Poland, she has resided in the United States unlawfully for most of her 21 years.
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  • ...e on Space Research; after arriving in [[Saint Petersburg|Leningrad]] from Poland, he traveled to Moscow where he met [[Premier of the Soviet Union|Premier]]
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  • ...is better in Eastern Europe, particularly in more developed states such as Poland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary, where it ranges from 70-90%, while only 5
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  • ...ntral Europe|Central]] and [[Eastern Europe]], namely in [[Germany]] and [[Poland]], were called [[Ashkenazi]]. [[Sephardic Jews]] can trace their tradition
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  • ...oosted by immigration, especially from [[Ireland]],a nd more recently from Poland.
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