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Dr Paul McNamara

This book examines the ‘Recovered Territories’ which came to Poland from Germany following the Second World War. In particular, looks at Sovietisation and the levels of conflict and compromise between ordinary Poles and the communist regime in Poland’s settlement of its coastal provinces between 1945 and 1956.This book examines the ‘Recovered Territories’ which came to Poland from Germany following the Second World War. In particular, looks at Sovietisation and the levels of conflict and compromise between ordinary Poles and the communist regime in Poland’s settlement of its coastal provinces between 1945 and 1956.

Other publications by Dr McNamara

‘The Free City of Danzig’s rejection of its hinterland, as seen through events concerning the League of Nations and Danzig, 1933-1937’ (in press)‘The Free City of Danzig’s rejection of its hinterland, as seen through events concerning the League of Nations and Danzig, 1933-1937’ (in press)
in Robert Lee (Ed.) Port-Cities and their Hinterlands: Migration, Trade and Cultural Exchange from the early seventeenth-century to 1939, · Jan 1, 2018in Robert Lee (Ed.) Port-Cities and their Hinterlands: Migration, Trade and Cultural Exchange from the early seventeenth-century to 1939, · Jan 1, 2018

‘A Tragedy of European Concern’ – The conflict between Sean Lester, High Commissioner of the League of Nations and Danzig’s Nazi Senate, 1934-1937,’ ‘A Tragedy of European Concern’ – The conflict between Sean Lester, High Commissioner of the League of Nations and Danzig’s Nazi Senate, 1934-1937,’
Symbolae Europaeae, vol. 9/2016 · Jan 1, 2016Symbolae Europaeae, vol. 9/2016 · Jan 1, 2016

‘Sean Lester, Liga Narodów i Polska w Wolnym Mieście Gdańsku, 1934 – 1937’ in Polska-Irlandia: Wspólna historia?‘Sean Lester, Liga Narodów i Polska w Wolnym Mieście Gdańsku, 1934 – 1937’ in Polska-Irlandia: Wspólna historia?
Instytut Historii, UAM, Poznan · Dec 1, 2015Instytut Historii, UAM, Poznan · Dec 1, 2015

‘Competing National and Regional Identities in Poland’s Baltic “Recovered Territories”, 1945-1956’: Communism, Nationalism and State Building in Post-War Europe, History of Communism in Europe, vol. III/2012‘Competing National and Regional Identities in Poland’s Baltic “Recovered Territories”, 1945-1956’: Communism, Nationalism and State Building in Post-War Europe, History of Communism in Europe, vol. III/2012
Zeta Books, Bucharest · Jan 1, 2012Zeta Books, Bucharest · Jan 1, 2012

Sean Lester’, entry in Encyklopedia Gdańska‘Sean Lester’, entry in Encyklopedia Gdańska
Fundacja Gdańska · Jan 1, 2012Fundacja Gdańska · Jan 1, 2012

‘Sean Lester and Polish Foreign Policy, 1934-1937’ in Sabine Egger and John McDonough (Eds.) Polish –Irish Encounters’Sean Lester and Polish Foreign Policy, 1934-1937’ in Sabine Egger and John McDonough (Eds.) Polish –Irish Encounters 2011Peter Lang: Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Wien · Jan 1, 2011

‘Could this Irishman have stopped Hitler?’, History Ireland (Cover story) May 1, 2009May 1, 2009

Sean Lester, Poland and the Nazi Takeover of Danzig 
Irish Academic Press, Dublin and Portland · Jan 1, 2009Irish Academic Press, Dublin and Portland · Jan 1, 2009

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About this publication

Written by Paul McNamara

Published by Technical University of Koszalin Press · Jan 1, 2018

Published here 27 Sep 2023 and originally published 2018

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