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us: Poland


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    • us: Poyln
    • us: Polska Rzeczpospolita Ludowa
    • us: Polʹsha
    • us: P.N.R
    • us: P.R.L
    • us: Pologne
    • us: Polish Commonwealth
    • us: Polonia
    • us: Warsaw (Duchy)
    • us: Polska
    • us: Polsko
    • us: T͡Sarstvo Polʹskoe
    • us: Królestwo Polskie
    • us: Polʹskai͡a Narodnai͡a Respublika
    • us: PNR
    • us: PRL
    • us: Poljska
    • us: Lehastan
    • us: Polin
    • us: Būlūniyā
    • us: Polonyah
    • us: République populaire de Pologne
    • us: Polen
    • us: Ppolsŭkka
    • us: Polish People's Republic
    • us: Republic of Poland
    • us: Poland (Territory under German occupation, 1939-1945)
    • us: Generalgouvernement (Poland)
    • us: Generalne Gubernatorstwo (Poland)
    • us: General Government (Poland)
    • us: Heneralʹna Hubernii͡a (Poland)
    • us: Rzeczpospolita Polska
    • us: Polish Republic
    • us: Congress Kingdom of Poland
    • us: Congress Poland
    • us: Królestwo Kongresowe Polskie
    • us: Kongresówka
    • us: Kingdom of Poland
    • us: Lahistān
    • us: لهستان
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      • us: Lithuania (Grand Duchy)
    • Sources

      • found: Meltzer, E. Maʼavaḳ medini be-malkodet, 1982: t.p. (Polin) added t.p. (Poland [in rom.])
      • found: Rossii͡a, Polʹsha i Prichernomorʹe ... 1979: t.p. (Polʹsha)
      • found: Nāṣīf, J. Būlūniyā, muʼāmarah am azmat niẓām? 1982?: t.p. (Būlūniyā)
      • found: Guṭgeld, Sh. Li-sheʼelat ha-baḥurah be-Erets-Yiśraʼel, 1926: t.p. (Polonyah)
      • found: Borzykowski, T. Tsṿishn falndiḳe ṿenṭ, 1976 or 1977, c1976: p. i, 2nd group (Poyln)
      • found: Poland. Code de procédure administrative de la République populaire de Pologne, 1983.
      • found: Touring club italiano. Servizio cartografico. Polonia, Cecoslovacchia, c1985: map cover (Polonia, Polska, Poland, Pologne, Polen)
      • found: Kim, I.S. Sahoejuŭi naradŭl sai ŭi chʻinsŏn tanʼgyŏl ŭn pʻyŏnghwa wa sahoejuŭi, kongsanjuŭi wiŏp ŭi sŭngnirŭl wihan tambo, 1986: p. 1 (Ppolsŭkka)
      • found: Scientific cooperation, memorandum of understanding between the United States of America and the Polish People's Republic, 1996?
      • found: United States. An Act to Approve a Governing International Fishery Agreement between the United States and the Republic of Poland, and for Other Purposes, 1998: t.p. (Republic of Poland)
      • found: Its Wybór tekstów źródłowych z historii państwa i prawa, 1980: p. 3 (Generalne Gubernatorstwo)
      • found: Ukraĭntsi v Heneralʹniĭ Huberniï, 1975: t.p. (General Government)
      • found: The statesman's year-book, 1995-1996: p. 1088 (Poland; Rzeczpospolita Polska (Polish Republic))
      • found: Protestant church records on microfilm for the former Congress Poland (1815-1915) and Volhynia, 1992.
      • found: Ency. Brit. online (Congress Kingdom of Poland; also called Congress Poland , Polish Królestwo Kongresowe Polskie, or Kongresówka; Polish state created (May 3, 1815) by the Congress of Vienna as part of the political settlement at the end of the Napoleonic Wars; it was ruled by the tsars of Russia until its loss in World War I; the Kingdom of Poland comprised the bulk of the former Grand Duchy of Warsaw)
      • found: Lahistān va Īrān, 2009: t.p. (لهستان = Lahistڶan)
      • notfound: LC data base, 01-10-94 (hdg.: Velikoe kni͡azhestvo litovskoe);Encyc. Brit., 1982 (Lithuania, Grand Duchy of. In 1385 grand duke Jogaila concluded a pact with Poland (Union of Krewo) to unite Poland and Grand Duchy of Lithuania under a single ruler. The Grand Duchy retained its autonomy until the late 15th cent. when the authority of the Grand Duke of Lithuania declined. In 1569 the Union of Lublin was signed, Lith. and Poland were formally united and it soon became evident that Lith. was the subordinate partner)
    • Editorial Notes

      • [Includes old catalog headings: Poland, Poland (Territory under Austrian occupation, 1915-1918), Poland (Nov. 5, 1916-Nov. 9, 1918), Poland (Territory under German occupation, 1939-1945)]
      • [Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.]
    • Change Notes

      • 1979-12-18: new
      • 2012-10-11: revised
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