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Title:

Idea imperialna Konfederacji Narodu wobec koncepcji federacyjnej rządu gen. Władysława Sikorskiego = The imperial idea of the confederation of the nation towards the federal conception of the government of gen. Władysław Sikorski

Group publication title:

In Gremium, t. 5

Creator:

Miszewski, Dariusz

Subject and Keywords:

polska polityka ; 1939-1945 ; Sikorski, Władysław, gen. (1881-1943)

Abstract:

The Confederarion of the Nation spread the idea of Polish imperialism at the terrain of Middle Europe to eliminate the influence of Germany and USSR. The main terrain of its military and political activities were the eastern lands of the Polish Republic. ; Poland was supposed to create a Slavic Empire at the Baltic-Black Sea Intermarium by making the Polish western border on the Oder river and the Lusatian Neisse and appointing a Lusatian country, by occupying the Belarusian lands and creating a union with Ukraine in the east, by associating with the Baltic countries in the north and by unions with Bohemia and Slovakia in the south. ; Together with the Great Yugoslavia (union with Bulgaria and Albania) a Middle Europe block would have been formed. Germans and jews would have been exiled from "the new Poland" and the Ukrainian and Belarusian minorities would have had full cultural and national rights. Poland would have been founded on national and catholic ideals and authoritarian system. The Confederarion supported the federal concepts of the Republic of Poland's government in the Eastern Europe.

Publisher:

Zielona Góra: Oficyna Wydawnicza Uniwersytetu Zielonogórskiego

Contributor:

Dolański, Dariusz - red. ; Nitschke, Bernadetta - red.

Date:

2011

Resource Type:

artykuł

Format:

application/pdf

Pages:

93-116

Source:

In Gremium : studia nad historią, kulturą i polityką, tom 5

Rights:

Biblioteka Uniwersytetu Zielonogórskiego

Oryginal Object Identifier:

P-2244/II/