Volume 123


In Memory of Professor Jerzy W. Borejsza

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p007 0 00 01Mariusz Wołos, “An Unfulfilled Writer Who Became a Historian”. Jerzy Wojciech Borejsza (22 August 1935 – 28 July 2019)

p007 0 00 01Tomasz Ceran, ‘Schools of Hatred’. The Essence of Totalitarianism in Jerzy W. Borejsza’s Approach

p007 0 00 01Piotr Głuszkowski, From the Napoleonic Wars to the Crimean War. Faddey Bulgarin’s Infl uence on Russian-French Relations in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century

p007 0 00 01Marcos Silber, From Paris to Izmir, Rome, and Jerusalem: Armand Lévy as the Missing Link between Polish Romantic Nationalism and Zionism

p007 0 00 01Maciej Górny, Black Mirror: A Comparative History of Polish and American Failures

p007 0 00 01Grzegorz Krzywiec, Waiting for a Polish Mussolini. The Concepts and Contexts of ‘Fascism’ in Early Polish Right-Wing Political Discourse (1922–6): An Exploratory Study

p007 0 00 01Joanna Nalewajko-Kulikov, Can Fascism Be Good for the Jews? The Response of the Yiddish Press in Poland to Italian Fascism (1922–39): A Research Reconnaissance


p007 0 00 01Łukasz Bertram, Degrees in Revolution and for the Revolution’s Sake: The Educational Experience of Polish Communists before 1939


p007 0 00 01Paweł Libera, Henryk Dembiński: The Man Who Became a Communist after Death?


p007 0 00 01Eryk Krasucki, Polish Research on the History of the Comintern: An Overview of Existing Literature and an Outline of Future Perspectives


p007 0 00 01Gennady Estraikh, The Soviet Narrative of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising




p007 0 00 01Grzegorz P. Bąbiak, Paul Eluard’s Address at the World Congress of Intellectuals in Defence of Peace, 1948

p007 0 00 01Speech delivered by Paul Eluard (1948)



p007 0 00 01Gábor Kármán, Confession and Politics in the Principality of Transylvania 1644–1657 – Mihai-D. Grigore


Kateryna Dysa, Ukrainian Witchcraft Trials. Volhynia, Podolia, and Ruthenia, 17th–18th Centuries – Łukasz Hajdrych;;

Tomasz Opaliński, Stan chłopski w Księstwie Warszawskim w świetle akt sądowych [The Peasant Estate in the Duchy of Warsaw, in Light of Court Files] – Mikołaj Getka-Kenig;

Aleksander Łupienko, Order in the Streets: The Political History of Warsaw’s Public Space in the First Half of the 19th Century – Malte Rolf;

Beate Störtkuhl and Rafał Makała (eds), Nicht nur Bauhaus: Netzwerke der Moderne in Mitteleuropa / Not Just Bauhaus: Networks of Modernity in Central Europe – Aleksander Łupienko;

Nils Fehlhaber, Netzwerke der “Achse Berlin–Rom”. Die Zusammenarbeit faschistischer und nationalsozialistischer Führungseliten 1933–1943 – Grzegorz Krzywiec;

Izabela Wagner, Bauman: A Biography – Aleksei Lokhmatov; Anna Sosnowska, Explaining Economic Backwardness. Post-1945 Polish Historians on Eastern Europe – Rafał Stobiecki;

Katarzyna Stańczak-Wiślicz, Piotr Perkowski, Małgorzata Fidelis, and Barbara Klich-Kluczewska, Kobiety w Polsce 1945–1989: Nowoczesność – równouprawnienie – komunizm [Women in Poland 1945–1989: Modernity – Equality – Communism] – Natalia Jarska;

Béla Tomka, Austerities and Aspirations. A Comparative History of Growth, Consumption, and Quality of Life in East Central Europe since 1945 – Anna Sosnowska


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p007 0 00 01Contributors