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Town Hall, Krakow, Poland. Photo by Piviso.

Books, journals and documents relating to the history of Poland before and during World War II.

Adeney, J. H., The Jews of Eastern Europe, (London, 1921). Special Collections: Reference, DS135.E8.A3.1921.

Alvarez, A, Under Pressure: The Writer in Society: Eastern Europe and the USA, (Harmondsworth, 1965). Special Collections: Reference, PN151.A5.1965.

The Bulletin of International News, October 22 1938 – December 30 1939; 1943 & 1944. Special Collections: Reference.

Butler, Rohan d’Olier, (ed.), Documents on British foreign policy 1919-1939. First series. Vol.11, Upper Silesia, Poland and the Baltic States, January 1920-March 1921, (London, 1961). Special Collections: History Research Collection, DA566.7.G7.

Cienciala, Anna M., Poland and the Western Powers 1938-1939: A Study in the Interdependence of Eastern and Western Europe, (London, 1968). Special Collections: Reference, DK440.C4 1968.

Feldman, Joseph, Polish-German Antagonism in History, (Toruń, 1935). Special Collections: Reference, DK4185. G3.F3 1935.

Fowler, John, The history of the troubles of Suethland and Poland, which occasioned the expulsion of Sigismundus the Third, King of those kingdomes, with his heires for ever from the Suethish crown: With a continuation of those troubles, untill the truce, an. 1629. As also, a particular narration of the daily passages at the last and great treaty of pacification between those two kingdomes, concluded at Stumbsdorff in Prussia, anno 1635. Concluding with a breife commemoration of the life and death of Sr. George Duglas, Knight, Lord Ambassadour extraordinary from the late King of Great Brittaine, for the treaty above mentioned, (London, 1656).Cardiff Rare Books Collection: Early English Folios, DK4185.S8.F6.

Germany. Auswärtiges Amt., Akten zur deutschen auswärtigen Politik 1918-1945. Series B, 1925-1933. Band 4, 1 Januar bis 16. März 1927, (Göttingen, 1970). Special Collections: History Research Collection, DD234.G3.

Germany. Auswärtiges Amt., Akten zur deutschen auswärtigen Politik 1918-1945. Series B, 1925-1933. Band 3, (Dezember 1925 bis Dezember 1926) Deutschlands Beziehungen zu Süd- und Südosteuropa, Skandinavien, den Niederlanden und zu den Aussereuropaisghen Staaten, (Göttingen, 1968). Special Collections: History Research Collection, DD234.G3.

Germany. Auswärtiges Amt., Akten zur deutschen auswärtigen Politik 1918-1945. Series B, 1925-1933. Band 2, Deutschlands Beziehungen zur Sowjet-Union, zu Polen, Danzig und den Baltischen Staaten, (Göttingen, 1967). Special Collections: History Research Collection, DD234.G3.

Germany. Auswärtiges Amt, Akten zur deutschen auswärtigen Politik 1918-1945. Series B, 1925-1933. Band 1, Deutschlands Beziehungen zu Frankreich, Grossbritannien, Belgien sowie deutsche Entwaffnung, Reparationen, Völkerbund und internationale Abrüstung, (Göttingen, 1966). Special Collections: History Research Collection, DD234.G3.

Germany, Auswärtiges Amt, Documents on German foreign policy 1918-1945. Series D, (1937-1945). Vol.5, Poland; the Balkans; Latin America; the smaller powers, June 1937-March 1939, (London, 1953). Special Collections: History Research Collection, DD234.G3.

Godden, G. M., Murder of a Nation: German Destruction of Polish Culture, (London, 1943). Special Collections: Reference, D802.P6.G6 1943.

Instytut Historyczny imienia Generała Sikorskiego, Documents on Polish-Soviet relations 1939-1945, (London, 1961-67). Special Collections: History Research Collection, DK418.5.R8.G3.

International Organization of Journalists, Mass Media in C.M.E.A. (Council of Mutual Economic Assistance) Countries, (Prague, 1976). Special Collections: Reference, P92. C6.I6 1976.

Johnes, Arthur James, Anerchiad at y Cymry o blaid y ffoedigion Hungaraidd, Polaidd ac Italaidd, sydd yn awr yn y deyrnas hon (An Address to the Welsh in support of the Hungarian, Polish, and Italian fugitives currenlty in this Kingdom), (Caernarfon, 1850). Special Collections: Salisbury, WG37(1850).

Maclear, G. F., Conversion of the West: The Slavs, (London, 1879). Special Collections: Reference, BR738.6.M2 1879.

Medlicott, W. N., (ed.), Documents on British foreign policy 1919-1939. First series. Vol.25, (London, 1984). Special Collections: History Research Collection, DA566.7.G7.

Medlicott, W. N. (ed.), Documents on British foreign policy 1919-1939. First series. Vol.23, Poland and the Baltic States March, 1921-December, 1923, (London, 1981). Special Collections: History Research Collection, DA566.7.G7.

Moryson, Fynes, An itinerary written by Fynes Moryson Gent: First in the Latine tongue, and then translated by him into English: containing his ten yeeres trauell through the tvvelue dominions of Germany, Bohmerland, Sweitzerland, Netherland, Denmarke, Poland, Jtaly, Turky, France, England, Scotland, and Ireland. Diuided into III parts, (London, 1617). Cardiff Rare Books Collection: Early English Folios, D915.M6.

Phillips, John, Historical address on the Hungarian war and executions: and on the conduct of the Austrian government towards its subjects in its Hungarian, Polish, and other provinces, delivered at a public meeting of the City of Bangor, held in the present year, (1850), to express sympathy with the Hungarians, (Carnarvon,  1850). Special Collections: Salisbury, WG37(1850).

Poland: ei gorthrymder a'i dadgorphoriad gan Rwssia a chenedloedd ereill, (Poland: its persecution and dissolution by Russia and other nations), (Caernarfon, 188-?). Special Collections: Salisbury, WG4.L.

Ramet, Pedro (ed.), Religion and Nationalism in Soviet and East European Politics, (Durham, 1984). Special Collections: Reference, BL65.N3.R3 1984.

Shimoniak, Wasyl, Communist Education: Its History, Philosophy and Politics, (New York, 1970). Special Collections: Reference, LC1030.S4 1970.

Smogorzewski, Casimir, Lwów and Wilno (now Lviv and Vilnius), (London, 1944). Special Collections: Reference, DK4185.R8.S6.

Sofia Press Agency, Roads to Victory, (Sofia, 1975). Special Collections: Reference, HX44.R6.

Telegarsky, Jeffrey P. & Rayomind J. Struyk, Toward a Market-Orientated Housing Sector in Eastern Europe, (Washington, 1991). Special Collections: Reference, HD7332.9 1991.

Toynbee, Arnold, (ed.), Survey of International affairs. 1939-1946: The initial triumph of the axis, (London, 1958). Special Collections: History Research Collection, D441.S8.

Tuck, Jim, Engine of Mischief: An Analytical Biography of Karl Radeck, (London, 1988). Special Collections: Reference, HX314.R2.T8.

Wiles, P. J. D. (ed.), The Prediction of Communist Economic Performance, (Cambridge, 1971). Special Collections: Reference, HC705.W5 1971.

Williams, John, The rise, progress, and present state of the northern governments: viz. the United Provinces, Denmark, Sweden, Russia, and Poland : or, Observations on the nature, constitution, religion, laws, policy, customs, and commerce of each government; the manners and dispositions of the people; their military forces by land and sea; the revenues and resources of each power; and on the circumstances and conjunctures which have contributed to produce the various revolutions which have happened in them. The whole digested from the most authentic records and histories, and from the reflections and remarks made during a tour of five years through these nations, (London, 1777). Special Collections: Salisbury Folio, WG30(1777).

Woodward, E. L., (ed.), Documents on British foreign policy 1919-1939. Third series. Vol.7, 1939, (London, 1954). Special Collections: History Research Collection, DA566.7.G7.

Zauberman, Alfred, Industrial Progress in Poland, Czechoslovakia, and East Germany 1937-1962, (London, 1964). Special Collections: Reference, HC244.Z2 1964.

Zinner, Paul E. (ed.), National Communism and Popular Revolt in Eastern Europe: A Selection of Documents on Events in Poland and Hungary February-November 1956, (New York, 1956). Special Collections: Reference, DR48.5.Z4 1956.

Zischka, Anton, The Other Europeans, (London, 1962). Special Collections: Reference, DR16.Z4 1962.