|Statement||by Robert McBride.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||255|
Towns and people of modern Poland. New York: R.M. McBride and Co., (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Robert Medill McBride. A remarkable achievement, Poland in the Modern World offers the stuff of real history. Instead of heroes and villains so often featured in national narratives, Porter-Szücs emphasizes the everyday lives of ordinary people in a global context, bringing the history of modern Poland down to earth in an easily accessible yet highly informative text/5(3). The novel is bookended with a fictional conflict between members of two of these families, set in the waning days of Communist Poland (the book was published in , so this was "modern day" at the time): Janko Buk is working to unionize Polish farmers and the government has dispatched Szymon Bukowski to the town of Bukowo to dissuade him.4/5. The book, written in an episodic format, tells the story of three families and the many generations of each family throughout the history of Poland. The three families (Buk, Bukowski and Lubonski) are fictional as are the other characters in the : James Michener.
But the book it was based on, long suppressed in Poland, is notable for its lucidity and lack of sentimentality. 6. Ghettostadt: Lodz and the Making of a Nazi City, by Gordon J. HorwitzAuthor: Newsweek Staff. books based on 42 votes: God's Playground: A History of Poland, Vol. 2: to the Present by Norman Davies, White Eagle, Red Star: The Polish-Sovie. Poland: Ancient Peoples and Places, Vol. 45 [Jazdzewski, Konrad] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Poland: Ancient Peoples and Places, Vol. 45Author: Konrad Jazdzewski. Also in Norman Davies's book God's playground: a history of Poland prussians belong to baltic group,same as Estonians and Finnish were last pagans of Europe,conquered and germanized by teutonic order. Home / Genealogy / Polish & Prussian/German town .
55 books based on 42 votes: Poland by James A. Michener, Pan Wołodyjowski by Henryk Sienkiewicz, The Teutonic Knights by Henryk Sienkiewicz, The Kommanda. Having visited Krakow on three occasions with a focus on Jewish History, I have broadened my interest to the unique history of Poland and the solutions its proud people have found to survive. James Mitchener's book is an extremely well written, detail packed account from the 12th to the 20th century/5(). This wise and moving novel is set in a town lying on a geographical border and steadily reveals the secrets and dreams of its disparate inhabitants, and was the winner of the prestigious Nike prize. Modern Poland emerged from the debris of the First World War on the exact day the firestorm ended (on November 11 ) – with Josef Pilsudski, .