The story of Poland



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[United States] : Read Books Ltd., 2013
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9781473387089 (electronic bk.) MWT12299556, 1473387086 (electronic bk.) 12299556

"The Story of Poland" is a detailed treatise by William Richard Morfill on Poland, it's people, language, customs, history, and more. Poland is a unitary sovereign state in Central Europe that can trace its establishment back to 996. This fascinating volume explores all aspects of Polish society and how it has developed throughout its colorful history, making it highly recommended for those with an interest in the subject. William Richard Morfill FBA (1834 - 1909) was Professor of Russian and allied languages at the University of Oxford from 1900 to 1909. He was the first such professor in Britain and wrote many books on the subject, including "A Grammar of the Russian Language" (1889), "The Story of Russia" (1890), and "Slavonic Region" (1904). Contents include: "The Country and People of Poland", "The Sagas of Early Polish History", "The Rise of Polish Nationality. From the Reign of Mieczyslaw I. (962)", "From the Death of Boleslas the Brave to the Beginning of the Reign of Przemyslaw I", "From the Beginning of the Reign of Przemyslaw I. (1295) to the Marriage of Jadwiga and Jagiello (1386)", etc

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