Poland First To Fight
Poland in the World War 2

This section contains publications and documents presenting Poland's military contribution to the Allied victory over Germany and a general account of Poland during the second world war.


What Poland Wants

A pamphlet by Ignacy Matuszewski, a prominent Polish politician, publicist and diplomat, mainly discussing territorial problems after German and Soviet invasions of Poland. Published in New York in October 1942.

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Women Soldiers of the 2nd Polish Corps

A history in photographs of the life of the Polish Women's Auxiliary Corps (the PSK). A beautifully illustrated album published by the 2nd Polish Corps in 1946.

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The Soviet Occupation of Poland

Poland's military contribution to the Allied victory over Germany is presented in this pamphlet by an historian, Andrzej Suchcitz, published in 1995 by the Ex-Combatants Association in Great Britain.

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