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The Polish Underground State

  • Józef Garliński

Abstract

The German attack on the Soviet Union and a quick occupation of the whole of Poland by the Nazis made fundamental changes in the country. The area of the General Gouvernement was enlarged by the three south-east Polish districts: Lwów, Stanisławów and Tarnopol, with 45 554km2 and a population of 4574 776. Wołyń and Polesie were incorporated into Reichskomissariat Ukraine. districts Wilno and Nowogródek into Reichskomissariat Ostland. with the decision to give Wilno to Lithuania and to incorporate the district of Białystok into East Prussia.1

Keywords

Polish Underground Cultural Life Underground Press Printing Press German School 
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Notes

  1. 16.
    Madajczyk, Polityka III, vol. I, p. 230 and vol. II, pp. 161–2.Google Scholar
  2. 17.
    Ibid, vol. II, pp. 134–5.Google Scholar
  3. 18.
    Stanisław Marczak-Oborski, Teatr czasu wojny, 1939–1945, pp. 238–46. Also Madajczyk, Polityka III, vol. II, pp. 134–5.Google Scholar
  4. 20.
    Madajczyk, Polityka III, vol. II, pp. 129 and 134–6.Google Scholar
  5. 25.
    Madajczyk, Polityka III, vol. II, pp. 140–1.Google Scholar
  6. 27.
    Madajczyk, Polityka III, vol. II, pp. 120–1.Google Scholar
  7. 28.
    Ibid, p. 123.Google Scholar
  8. 31.
    Madajczyk, Polityka III, vol. II, p. 125.Google Scholar
  9. 33.
    Madajczyk, Polityka III, vol. II, pp. 166–7.Google Scholar
  10. 45.
    Aleksander Wat, Mój wiek, vol. I, pp. 281–98. Also Korboński, Polish Underground, p. 110.Google Scholar

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© Józef Garliński 1985

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