Poland country studies

Poland country studies

Acknowledgments and Preface
History
Early History until 1385
The Medieval Era
Integration into European Civilization
The Jagiellon Era, 1385-1572
The "Golden Age" of the Sixteenth Century
The Noble Republic, 1572-1795
The Deluge, 1648-67
Decay of the Commonwealth
The Three Partitions, 1764-95
Partitioned Poland
Independence Won and Lost, 1914-45
Interwar Poland
World War Ii
The Polish People's Republic
From Stalinism to the Polish October
Gomulka and Gierek
The Birth of Solidarity
Jaruzelski
The 1989 Elections
Geography
Drainage
Climate
Environment
The Society
Population
The Social Order
Jews
Germans
Ukrainians and Belarusians
Gypsies
The Intelligentsia
The Working Classes
Social Relationships
The Role of Women
Housing
Religion
The Polish Catholic Church and the State
The Polish Catholic Church and the People
Other Churches
Education
Health and Welfare
The Health Care System
Aids, Narcotics and Alcoholism
The Welfare System
The Economy
Natural Resources
The Economy Under Communism
The Centrally Planned Economy
After the Fall of Communism
Marketization and Stabilization
Macroeconomic Indicators for 1990-91
The Privatization Process
Structure of the Economy
Industry
Agriculture
Fishing and Forestry
Banking and Finance
Foreign Trade
Government
Political Setting
The Round Table Agreement
The Mazowiecki Government
Popular Election of a President
The Bielecki Government
Parliamentary Elections of October 1991
The Olszewski Government
The Pawlak Interlude
The Suchocka Government
The Constitution
Government Structure
The President
Sejm
Senate
Supreme Control Chamber
Council of Ministers
Regional and Local Government
Judicial System
Political Parties
Solidarity
Center Alliance
Democratic Union
Liberal-Democratic Congress
Beer-Lovers' Party
More Political Parties
Politics and the Media
Foreign Relations
Soviet Union and Russia
Other Former Soviet Republics
Germany
The United States
Other Western Countries
Bibliography

http://polandtownoffice.org/Pages/index
http://www.fifa.com/associations/association=pol/index.html


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