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The Polish Army in France: Immigrants in America, World War I Volunteers in France, Defenders of the Recreated State in Poland

@inproceedings{Ruskoski2006ThePA,
  title={The Polish Army in France: Immigrants in America, World War I Volunteers in France, Defenders of the Recreated State in Poland},
  author={David Thomas Ruskoski},
  year={2006}
}
  • David Thomas Ruskoski
  • Published 2006
  • History
  • Date of Award 7-28-2006 Degree Type Dissertation Degree Name Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Department History First Advisor Christine M. Skwiot Co-Chair Second Advisor Gerald H. Davis Co-Chair Third Advisor Hugh H. Hudson Abstract Independent Poland ceased to exist in 1795 and the various insurrections to restore the Polish state were thwarted by the Germans, Austro-Hungarians, and Russians. During the First World War, Polish statesmen called upon the thousands of Polish immigrants in the United… CONTINUE READING
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