Politics in independent Poland 1921-1939 : the crisis of constitutional government / Antony Polonsky.

Author
Polonsky, Antony [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1972.
Description
xvi, 572 pages : maps ; 23 cm

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Subject(s)
Bibliographic references
Bibliography: p. [524]-560.
Contents
  • Independent Poland: the social and economic background
  • Political life in the new state
  • The breakdown of the parliamentary system
  • Pilsudski takes power
  • 'A government of labour'
  • The growing conflict with Parliament
  • The clash
  • After Brzesc
  • Poland without Pilsudski. Political developments 1935-1939
  • Economics, the national minorities, and foreign policy 1935-1939
  • Conclusion
  • APPENDIX A. Was the British foreign office responsible for the Pilsudski Coup?
  • APPENDIX B. List of Polish Prime Ministers, November 1918-September 1939
  • APPENDIX C. Some economic statistics.
ISBN
  • 0198271824
  • 9780198271826
SuDoc no.
B72-12370
LCCN
72188451
OCLC
414443
International Standard Recording Code
  • 1191700
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