Studia Śląskie tom 59

Silesian Studies vol. 59

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Contents
Articles

  • Jerzy Mularczyk, The congress of Gniezno in the year 1000 and its consequences for early-mediaeval Poland
  • Jerzy Rajman, The town of Koźle in the Middle Ages
  • Mirosław Cygański, The Polish-German border in the post-war policy of the Four Powers
  • Piotr Madajczyk, Labour camps and places of isolation for the German population in Poland after the World War II
  • Bogdan Cimała, The post-war camps of isolation in Upper Silesia
  • Zygmunt Woźniczka, Displacement of the Upper-Silesian population to the USSR in spring 1945
  • Ryszard Kaczmarek, Kazimierz Miroszewski, The camps of isolation in the industrial part of Silesian province after the World War II
  • Edmund Nowak, Special camps of the NKVD/MVD in the Soviet Occupation Zone of Germany/the GDR and in the territories of Poland in the years 1945-1950
  • Dušan Janák, The camps of forced labour in the North Moravia and in (Czech) Silesia in the years 1948-1954

Miscellanea and Materials

  • Włodzimierz Kaczorowski, Jerzy Gorecki and his foundation in the years 1692-1906. About the physician-in-ordinary to the Habsburg family and the Polish Vasas
  • Wiesława Piątkowska-Stepaniak, From Światpol to Światpol
  • Marek Zawadka, Taking over the administration of the Odra by Poland in the years 1945-1946
  • Antoni Steuer, Prisoners-of-war camps in Katowice after the end of the World War II
  • Joachim Glensk, The Polish-German relations in quotations (in chronological order)
Autorzy / Authors

Cimała Bogdan, Cygański Mirosław, Glensk Joachim, Janák Dušan, Kaczmarek Ryszard, Kaczorowski Włodzimierz, Madajczyk Piotr, Miroszewski Kazimierz, Mularczyk Jerzy, Nowak Edmund, Piątkowska-Stepaniak Wiesława, Rajman Jerzy, Steuer Antoni, Woźniczka Zygmunt, Zawadka Marek

Miejsce wydania / Place of issue

Opole

Rok wydania / Year of issue

2000

Redakcja / Editorial staff

Wiesław Lesiuk

Liczba stron / Number of pages

361