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Articles about poland

History
by DubeluWriter
6 years ago
Is Poland The Next European Power?

This article explains how Poland's military became more advanced over the past decade.

Travel & Places
by LoveSpaces
10 years ago
Poland

Poland owns a rich and varied history, going back to over a thousand years ago. Over the course of its history, Poland acquired a unique culture and produced many prominent figures that contributed to the history, arts and music of...

History
by DubeluWriter
6 years ago
Was World War II An Inevitable Conflict?

World War II was the most destructive war in history. Was it an event that had to occur or could it have been avoided?

Travel & Places
by mstopka
6 years ago
Wadowice Poland: In the Footsteps of John Paul II

Wadowice is a city located south of Krakow where Karol Wojtyla the future Pope John Paul II was born. Visitors to Wadowice can visit his family home which is filled with photographs and pope's personal belongings. Just a short walk from the home is a church in which young Karol Wojtyla was baptized and received first communion.

History
by mstopka
6 years ago
Crisis in Ukraine: Start of World War III ?

The current conflict in Ukraine has its roots in the conflict in Georgia in 2008. After that conflict the world leaders did nothing to stop Putin's ambitions to bring back Russia's sphere of influence. Does the current conflict have the potential to escalate into an open war between Russia and the rest of Europe?

History
by DubeluWriter
5 years ago
The Holocaust: How did this Unprecedented Atrocity Unfold?

The Holocaust was one of the most brutal atrocities in history. Who was behind it and what caused it to occur the way it did?

History
by Kaden01
7 years ago
Russia's Greatest Naval Victory: The Battle of Chesma

The Battle of Chesma was a major naval engagement between the Russian Empire and the Ottoman Empire near the Anatolia peninsula. It is widely regarded as one of Russia's greatest naval victories if not the greatest naval victory during the Imperial period.

History
by DubeluWriter
5 years ago
Kaliningrad: How Important Is It To Russia?

After World war II, Poland and the Soviet Union changed their borders. Today, Kaliningrad is part of Russia. Will Poland allow this territory to become militarized in an unprecedented manner?

Travel & Places
by MAGZiNK
6 years ago
Discover the Magical World of the Wroclaw Gnomes also known as Wroclaw Dwarfs or simply Wroclawskie Krasnale...

During a recent visit to the Polish city of Wroclaw, I fell in love with the magical world of the gnomes. The miniature dwarf statues can be discovered in all corners of the city and offer the tourists a fun activity combined with a deep sense of satisfaction every time one appears in sight. Get to know them, find out more about why they're there and how you can find them.

Travel & Places
by your friendly surgeon
6 years ago
2 Days In Krakow, Poland

Krakow is home to more than 100 churches. We didn't visit all of them, but I am sure they all have interiors as amazing as this. Absolutely gorgeous!

History
by MatthewA
5 years ago
Countries Involved in World War 2

World War 2 is often recalled as being a war between the Axis (Germany, Italy and Japan) and Allies (Britain, USA and USSR). While this is not necessarily inaccurate it can be misleading, for in truth a far larger number of countries were involved. By involved, I refer to...

History
by A J Codispoti
6 years ago
September 11th - A Brief History

The date, September 11th holds far more significance than the terrorist atrocity in 2001. This article explores the connection between events on the same date, September 11th in history.

History
by kbuzz
9 years ago
Polish Pottery

Polish pottery has an interesting history and a bright possibility of being your next favorite collector's item. Not only is the pottery unique and beautiful, but with the wide variety of pieces available, household uses for the pieces are abundant.

History
by Matylda Bajer
6 years ago
Krystyna Skarbek aka Christine Granville, Winston Churchill's Favourite Spy

Article about Krystyna Skarbek aka Christine Granville, a fearless spy, passionate lover and devoted patriot. The real-life Vesper Lynd.

History
by Kaden01
7 years ago
The World of Catherine the Great

Born in Stettin Prussia in 1729, Sophia would become Russia's premier female ruler and arbiter of an enlightened monarchy. Crowned Empress Catherine II of Russia, she would eventually add the suffix of Great to her name by her death in 1796 and it would fall to her grandson to press back against Enlightened France during the Napoleonic Wars.

Business & Money
by DubeluWriter
5 years ago
Should The U.S. Remove Its Troops From Europe?

After World War II, the United States kept thousands of forces in Europe. Should these forces remain their for the next decade, come home back to the United States, or should they be redeployed to other areas around the world?

Sports
by Stefan Collins
6 years ago
2017 World Games

The 2017 World Games will be a landmark in the sports history of Poland, as well as an excellent chance to enjoy some unusual yet thrilling sports.

History
by footloose
9 years ago
20th Century Topics: Top Six Historical Events

Historical events of the 20th century included 20th century warfare (WWI, WWII, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, etc.), assassinations (JFK 1963), and in 1979 militant Muslims overtook Iran. A horrible massacre took place in Tiananmen Square (Bejing) in 1989. Sometimes these events are...

History
by zig25
9 years ago
Who Was Jack the Ripper

The serial homicides surrounding the Ripper cases are known as some of the most gruesome in recorded history.  The Ripper is thought to have killed at least five women in the districts in England of Whitechapel, Spitalfields, Aldgage and the City of London itself.  The killer taunted police by sending letters to a news agency.  The killer was labeled as “Jack the Ripper” from information in one of those letters.

by Piruli
10 years ago
A Month After Starting To Write on Infobarrel

It's now a month after starting to write on Infobarrel and it has been an interesting period, where I enjoyed the writing, reading other articles on Infobarrel and learned a lot from other writers in their articles and in the Infobarrel forum. I also made some typical starter-mistakes,...

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