15 January 1999 Warsaw–History textbooks in Poland have come a long way since the days when post-war history was out of bounds, only one textbook was assigned for each year of school, and the term “communism” was avoided. The first significant amendments took place in the late 1980s, when a new book by Tadeusz Siergiejczyk, […]

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