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    Poland / What do we teach about our neighbours? Poland / What do we teach about our neighbours? Presentation Transcript

    • Our neighbours – nasi sąsiedzi The Polish history lessons about our neighbours today and in the past
    • The Germans
      • One Millenium between peace and war
      • Essential civilizatory role of the German s , medieval colonization
      • The black and white legend – German Knights
      • Partition time – Prussian Drawbacks and Austrian Benefits
      • 20th century - The Time of Hate and Conciliation
      • The Myth of Drive towards the East – Drang nach Osten
    • The Russians
      • The true origins – Muscovy under Tartar Domination and the bloody Ivan the Terrible
      • The Time of Troubles -Polish Intervention
      • The new power is arosen – Peter the Great Russian Empire
      • Russia as a Partition Power
      • Time of revolution and Soviet Empire
      • Poland as victim of Hitler – Stalin Pact (Stab – in the back)
      • The fall of Soviet empire
    • Ukrainians
      • Kievan Rus as an ancestor of modern Ukraine later a part of the Polish – Lithuanian Commonwealth
      • Rise of the Chmielnitsky – Cossacks (attrocities underlined)
      • National Awaking in the 19.ct, made possible by Austrian autonomy
      • Western Ukraine or Eastgalicia – the Polih periode
      • Mass starving in the East Ukraine (1930)
      • The tragedy of Volhynia misused for political results
      • The Intependent Ukrainian State
    • Scandinavians
      • The Polish – Swedisch succession war and Swedish deluge
      • The heroical fight of Finnland against Soviet invaders
    • Hungarians
      • Polish , Hungarian (are) two good friends, they fight and drink their wine together” .
      • The similiarities of the national history
      • (Baptism at the same time, common fight against Turks, Austrians and Russians)
    • Baltic people (Lithuanians, Latvians, Estonians)
      • The Union of Poland and Lithuania 1385
      • The Anexion parts of Latvia (Latgalia, and Kurland as a polish fief in Treaty of Vilnius)
      • Independence time between two wars
      • Independence after Fall of the Sovietunion ,
    • Tchehs
      • The wars and struggles with Bohemian Kingdom in the Middle age about Silesia
      • The Reformation Time (John Hus)
      • The Thirty Yers War and its Bohemian Period
      • (Defenestration and the Battle at the White Mount
      • Czechoslovakia between wars (the only democratic country in the Middle Europe)
      • Munich conference and Partitions of Czechoslovakia
      • Czechoslovakia as a part of Outer Empire of Soviet Union nad Sovoet Intervention’68, Velevet Revolution