Poland

What Is The Fake War?

What Is The Fake War?

The period of the “fake war” of England and France against Germany ended, the period when the war was declared, the troops were concentrated, but no active hostilities were carried out. Despite this, the British and French did nothing: Great Britain had only limited troops; France wanted to avoid a new war on its territory.

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What is Prussia?

On 18 January 1701 Frederick William, son of Prince-Elector Frederick III., formally elevated the Duchy of Prussia, which had previously commanded a title under the Polish crown, to a duchy (kingdom) and crowned him King Frederick I. Before its abolition, the territory of the Prussian state comprised the provinces of West Prussia (now East Prussia),

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What Is The January Uprising Of 1863?

As it was called in Poland, the January Uprising was waged as a guerrilla war, with smaller attacks by individual Russian units and major battles that the Poles could not win. The leaders of the conspiracies began the uprising in January 1863 and counted on the support of the peasants and the help of Western

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What Is The January Uprising Of 1863?

The January Uprising, as it was called in Poland, was waged as a guerrilla war, with smaller attacks by individual Russian units and major battles that the Poles could not win. The leaders of the conspiracies began the uprising in January 1863 and counted on the support of the peasants and the help of Western

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