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Russian and Ukrainian Prisoners of War and Internees Kept in Poland in 1918-1924 ePub download

by Zbigniew Karpus

  • Author: Zbigniew Karpus
  • ISBN: 8371749562
  • ISBN13: 978-8371749568
  • ePub: 1931 kb | FB2: 1794 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Military
  • Publisher: Adam Marszaek; 1st edition (2001)
  • Pages: 212
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Russian and Ukrainian Prisoners of War and Internees Kept in Poland in 1918-1924 ePub download

Camps for Russian prisoners and internees in Poland that existed during 1919–1924 housed two main categories of detainees: the personnel of the Imperial Russian Army and civilians, captured by Germany during World War I and left on Polish territory . .

Camps for Russian prisoners and internees in Poland that existed during 1919–1924 housed two main categories of detainees: the personnel of the Imperial Russian Army and civilians, captured by Germany during World War I and left on Polish territory after the end of the war; and the Soviet military personnel captured during the Polish–Soviet War, the vast majority of them captured as a result of the battles of 1920. Locations of the camps included Strzałkowo, Pikulice, Wadowice, and Tuchola.

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The book deals with the issues associated with the problem of the Russian and Ukrainian prisoners of war and . At the end of November 1920, these soldiers, together with their families, were interned by the Polish authorities and placed in the camps.

The book deals with the issues associated with the problem of the Russian and Ukrainian prisoners of war and internees kept in Poland, as well as the representatives of other nationalities living in the East (within the former Czar Russia) in the period between November 1918 (from the moment of the revival of the Polish State) and August 1924 (the closing of th.

English translation: "Russian and Ukrainian prisoners of war and internees kept in Poland in 1918-1924", Wydawn. Zbigniew Karpus from Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń and prof. Adam Marszałek, 2001, ISBN 83-7174-956-2. Gennady Matveyev from Moscow State University), after reexamining documents from Polish and Russian archives published their results (printed in Russia by Federal Agency for Russian Archives). Their findings show that the number of Russian POWs can be estimated at between 80,000 and 85,000, and that the number of deaths in the camps can be estimated from 16,000 (Karpus, Rezmer) to 20,000 (Matveyev).

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After 1922 the Polish and Russian prisoners were also exchanged among . English translation: Russian and Ukrainian prisoners of war and internees kept in Poland in 1918-1924, Wydawn.

After 1922 the Polish and Russian prisoners were also exchanged among two sides. a b c d e f g h Waldemar Rezmer, Zbigniew Karpus, Gennadij Matvejev, "Krasnoarmieitsy v polskom plenu v 1919–1922 g. Sbornik dokumentov i materialov", Federal Agency for Russian Archives, Moscow 2004. had undergone four or five occupations by different armies, each of which had combed the land for supplies.

During the Polish-Soviet war over 150,000 Soviet military servicemen became prisoners of war and were held in.

During the Polish-Soviet war over 150,000 Soviet military servicemen became prisoners of war and were held in Polish POW camps. The camps were located in Strzalkowo, Pikulice, Wadowice, and Tuchola. Citing Russian and Polish archival documents the professor underscores that Poland had captured up to 206,877 Red Army soldiers, while 60,000 to 83,500 died.

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Zbigniew Klemens Karpus (born 1954) is a Polish historian. Camps for Russian prisoners and internees in Poland (1919-1924). Professor of Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, where he is the director of Institute of International Relations, he is the author of several books and dozens of articles. He specialized in the relations between Poland and her eastern neighbours (Russia, Ukraine and others). Jeńcy i internowani rosyjscy i ukraińscy na terenie Polski w latach 1918-1924 (doctoral thesis). Zwycięzcy za drutami. Jeńcy polscy w niewoli (1919–1922).

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