Lloyd George and Poland, 1919-20

  title={Lloyd George and Poland, 1919-20},
  author={N. Davies},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary History},
  pages={132 - 154}
  • N. Davies
  • Published 1971
  • History
  • Journal of Contemporary History
Lloyd George appeared to play a prominent part in the PolishSoviet war of 192o, and his policy has provided the subject for a number of studies. His attitude to Poland, in particular, has been controversial. For a long time it was widely believed that his intervention saved Poland from the Bolsheviks. More recently a different emphasis has gained prominence, namely that Lloyd George was hostile to Poland, and sought to trim her ambitions at every possible opportunity. Komarnicki made this one… Expand
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