The Historical Text Archive: Electronic History Resources, online since 1990 Bringing you digitized history, primary and secondary sources
 
HTA Home Page | Links | Europe | Poland

This subcategory contains 17 links

  • Cracow Letters(84 clicks)
    Cracow, Poland
  • History of Poland(97 clicks)
    The Rise to Power; The Polish Army: 1550-1683; Decline and Partition ; Revolution and Rebirth; The Second World War ; Post War Poland
  • History of Poland in 10 Minutes(136 clicks)
    YouTube video
  • Jews in Poland(83 clicks)
    Polish Jews since 965.
  • Katyn Forest Massacre: Polish Deaths at Russian Hands(94 clicks)
    Katyn Forest is a wooded area near Gneizdovo village, a short distance from Smolensk in Russia where, in 1940 on Stalin's orders, the NKVD [Narodny Kommisariat Vnutrennikh Del] shot and buried over 4000 Polish service personnel that had been taken prisoner when the Soviet Union invaded Poland in September 1939 in WW2 in support of the Nazis.
  • Poland at War, 1939-45(87 clicks)
  • Poland: Primary Documents(102 clicks)
  • Polish History(102 clicks)
  • Polish Kings(87 clicks)
    Comprehensive site.
  • Reichsautobahn Berlinka(78 clicks)
    After the end of the second world war, German lands such as the Pomeranian coast and southern East Prussia were given to Poland. Some finished and unfinished parts of the autobahns were now in Polish territory. This website aims to provide a detailed look at these old roads, some of which have been untouched in their original state to this day. The roads offer a unique look at the past and offer a trip back in time. I created this site because of my fascination for maps, roads highways and everything that is abandoned and while the autobahns share a history with the most horrific period of mankind, this site strictly focuses on these fascinating roads.
  • The Aborted Soviet Coup--1991(82 clicks)
    Eyewitness descriptions.
  • The Dynamics of the Breakthrough in Eastern Europe: The Polish Experience(82 clicks)
    Scholarly book by Jadwiga Staniszkis. Translated by Chester A. Kisiel
  • The Solidarity Movement in Poland(93 clicks)
    Site has five sections: The Birth of Solidarity, Lech Walesa, Martial Law, The Downfall of The Communist Regime, Map of Poland
  • The Warsaw Uprising(80 clicks)
  • The Warsaw Uprising of 1944(97 clicks)
    "This site is dedicated to all those who fought for their freedom in the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 as well as all those who, as civilians, perished in the effort. "
  • Warsaw Ghetto(99 clicks)
  • Wolf Lewkowicz Collection(90 clicks)
    Between 1922 and 1939, Wolf Lewkowicz, of Konskie, Lodz and Opoczno, Poland, engaged in a lengthy and intimate correspondence in Yiddish with Sol J. Zissman, his deceased sister's son, who was born in Konskie, Poland, and who had immigrated to the United States as an 11-year old boy prior to World War I. When the correspondence began, Wolf was 36 years old; he and his wife, Malke, and their three children lived in Lodz. At that time, Sol was 20, unmarried, and living in Chicago. After his mother's death in 1920 and his father's remarriage in 1921, Sol had left home and had opened a second hand furniture store.