interwar period

  • Sytuacja rolnictwa w województwie krakowskim w 1935 r. W świetle sprawozdania krakowskiego Oddziału Państwowego Banku Rolnego

    Author: Anna Rachwał
    Year of publication: 2014
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    Pages: 268-286
    DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ksm201420
    PDF: ksm/19/ksm201420.pdf

    The published document called The report of Kraków’s department of the National Land Bank in 1935 comes from the Archive of New Files in Warsaw, National Land Bank group, catalogue number 28. In the general part there are entries concerning the situation of agriculture in Kraków’s province in 1935. In the second part there is information on the subject of credit activity of Kraków’s National Land Bank department concerning short-term, medium-term and long-term credit, as well as issue credit. The published document can be helpful for the research dedicated to the history of the economics in Kraków’s province during interwar period. Information included in this document are especially valuable for the people dealing with banking and the history of agriculture.

     

  • Stosunki polsko-żydowskie we Lwowie w latach 1918 – 1919 (wybrane zagadnienia)

    Author: Aleksandra Imiłowska-Duma
    E-mail: aleksandra.imilowska@gmail.com
    Institution: Uniwersytet Wrocławski (Polska)
    Year of publication: 2017
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    Pages: 117-134
    DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/PPUSN.2017.03.09
    PDF: pomi/03/pomi201709.pdf

    Polish-Jewish relations in Lviv 1918 – 1919 (selected issues). During World War I Lviv became a field of struggle between Poles and Ukrainians for the possession of the city. During the conflict Jews declared to be neutral. Nevertheless, when the Polish army took over the city, anti-Jewish riots started. Jews were, mainly falsely, believed to support Ukrainians. The pogrom lasted for two days (Nov 22 – 23 1918) and had a strong negative effect on the Polish-Jewish relations. Another important issue was the question of equality for Jews. Most of the Jewish political parties in Lviv understood and supported the demand. Poles, for various reasons, could not agree to grant Jews with a national-cultural autonomy. For the public opinion in Poland, the Jewish struggle for equality was only another example of their hostility towards the Polish state.

  • Parlament a parlamentarismus v budování a proměnách československé státnosti

    Author: Ondřej Felcman
    E-mail: ondrej.felcman@uhk.cz
    Institution: Univerzita Hradec Králové, Filozofická fakulta
    ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2706-201X
    Author: Tomáš Hradecký
    E-mail: tomas.hradecky@uhk.cz
    Institution: Univerzita Hradec Králové, Filozofická fakulta
    ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4488-2266
    Year of publication: 2019
    Source: Show
    Pages: 32-71
    DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/hso190403
    PDF: hso/23/hso2303.pdf

    The study focuses on the importance of the Parliament’s involvement in construction of the Czechoslovak state. With the exception of the German occupation, as the legislature of the Czechoslovak Republic, the National Assembly played an important role in affecting its republican and democratic character. The article discusses two of the most important stages of the formation of the Czechoslovak statehood. First is the Interwar period when the Czechoslovak statehood demonstrated features typical of parliamentary democracy with assumed parliamentary power, followed by the 1960s when the common state of the Czechs and Slovaks developed on a federal level.

  • Siostra Maria Józef Franciszka – Irena z Jezierskich Tyszkiewiczowa (22 maja 1887 – 23 kwietnia 1964)

    Author: Elżbieta Przybył-Sadowska
    E-mail: e.przybyl-sadowska@uj.edu.pl
    Institution: Uniwersytet Jagielloński
    ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9527-0879
    Year of publication: 2019
    Source: Show
    Pages: 39-65
    DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/pbs.2019.02
    PDF: pbs/7/pbs702.pdf

    Sister Maria Józef Franciszka – Irena née Jezierska Tyszkiewicz (May 22, 1887 – April 23, 1964).

    Article devoted to the countess Irena Tyszkiewicz (1887–1964) – founder and creator of the Library of Religious Knowledge in Warsaw – private library functioned in the outbuilding of the palace belonging to her family at 6 Litewska Street in Warsaw. She collected about 20 thousand books, including 3 thousand books for children. The library were used also as a place for discussion meetings by the most important Catholic intellectuals of the interwar period in Poland. Library was opened between 1919 and 1939 and later operated underground until 1944, when was destroyed by the Germans. After the Second War library was renovated in 1956 also by Irena Tyszkiewicz (then she was already sister Maria Józef Franciszka in the Congregation of the Franciscan Sisters Servants of the Cross) and began operating as the Primate’s Library of Religious Knowledge. This library, still operating in the Monastery belonging to the Congregation of the Franciscan Sisters Servants of the Cross at 9/11 Piwna Street in Warsaw, has become a model for other religious libraries created in many cities in Poland. In the years 1919–1939, Irena Tyszkiewicz was also involved in the activities of the Society for the Care of the Blind founded by Mother Elżbieta Czacka and other related institutions. Among others, she was a co-founder of a bookshop and the „Verbum” Publishing House. In this article to trace her life archival materials collected in the archives of the Franciscan Sisters Servants of the Cross (AFSK), Father Władysław Korniłowicz (AWK) and Mother Elżbieta Czacka (AMCz) were used.

  • Młodość Alfreda Wielopolskiego w świetle korespondencji rodzinnej

    Author: Piotr Siemiński
    Institution: Uniwersytet Szczeciński
    ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8359-1333
    Year of publication: 2019
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    Pages: 95-114
    DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/pbs.2019.04
    PDF: pbs/7/pbs704.pdf

    Alfred Wielopolski was belonged to a close group of people involved in creation of the beginnings scientific and cultural life in Western Pomerania. In Szczecin, with which the final connected his life after World War II, he was known above all as a devoted lecturer, inquisitive archivist, selfless social worker and activist of most scientific societies and institutions. An interesting information is that, he performed a number of important state functions in during the interwar period – such as holding the deputy chief of Wieluń, managing the Civil Secretariat of the President of the Republic of Poland or acting as the director of the Senate Office. Because of his birth, he was belonged to the strict elite of the landed gentry. In addition to diaries, from this period of his activity remained family correspondence located in the team of the Myszkow ordination of the State Archives in Kielce. It is a very valuable and interesting addition to the above memories. Reading epistolary allows us to see, what worries accompanied the young aristocrat during his studies, studies, military service and work. The materials describe happy and sad moments, they do not hide youthful weaknesses to alcohol or tobacco. They also describe love, often complicated in these difficult Times. In most cases, young Alfred shared his insights with his father, asking him for tips and advice. Description of military service and work in the state administration apparatus allows the reader to see the image, that has gone forever. This article is an attempt to quote the main content of letters interested in this period.

  • The Policy of the Piłsudski’s Camp towards the Slovak Question (1918–1939)

    Author: Łukasz Lewkowicz
    Institution: Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin
    Year of publication: 2020
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    Pages: 121-136
    DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/athena.2020.68.09
    PDF: apsp/68/apsp6809.pdf

    The Slovak question played a key role in the foreign policy implemented by the Second Republic of Poland during the interwar period. Representatives from the most important currents of the Polish interwar political scene highlighted the significance of the relations between Warsaw and Bratislava, as evidenced by the presence of this issue in the programmatic documents, journalism, memoires and speeches of particular politicians. Slovakia was the object of interest among many socialists, nationalists, Christian-Democratic politicians, conservatives, and peasants. Also, the leading activists of the Piłsudski’s Camp, who from the very beginning had a clear yet not always precise vision of Polish diplomatic measures in this respect, largely dealt with the Slovak question. It should be emphasized that the distinctive feature of Piłsudski’s political thought during the interwar period was broadly construed mid-European consolidation. The aim of the article was the analysis of the foreign policy of the Piłsudski’s Camp towards the Slovak question between 1918 and 1939, with special focus on the conditions of Polish-Slovak relationship, the mutual attitude of the Polish authorities and Slovak autonomists towards each other, the role of Slovaks in Polish integration projects as well as the relations between the Second Republic of Poland and the Slovak in the years 1938–1939.

  • Samorząd terytorialny jako filar demokratycznego państwa - refleksje o idei samorządności terytorialnej na tle tradycji samorządowych II Rzeczpospolitej Polskiej

    Author: Anna Chorążewska
    E-mail: anna.chorazewska@us.edu.pl
    Institution: Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach
    ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2917-3119
    Year of publication: 2021
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    Pages: 171-188
    DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ppk.2021.04.08
    PDF: ppk/62/ppk6208.pdf

    Territorial self-government as a pillar of the democratic state – reflections on the idea of local self-government in the light of the self-governing traditions of the Second Republic of Poland

    Territorial self-government has been widely analyzed in Polish literature of the interwar period. At that time, its three theories were formulated: naturalistic, state and political. The first one contrasted the self-government with the state, stressing that municipality is historically older than the latter and, as a result, independent; it is the state that derives its powers from the municipality, and not conversely. The second theory advanced a thesis that state power is exercised by state authorities, including through local communities with a separate legal status. Self-governance was thus to be expressed in the idea of decentralizing public authority. Although it identified self-government with state administration, the third theory demanded that self-governmental powers be exercised by independent officials, regarding their independence as a guarantee of effective exercise of the powers attributed to self-government. Investigations made at that time into the essence, nature, and form of self-government remained valid until the present day, determining democratic values as the basis for territorial self-government’s status in the current Constitution of Poland.

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