Ref: WW485, 1920, Harmsworth
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Original map first published c.1920. Republished July 2016.
World war one map depicting the historical partition of Poland and the beginnings of modern Poland. The key at the bottom of the map relates to the partition of Poland to Prussia, Austria and Russia.
As published at the time of this map, c.19120:
Poland is the land of the Poles, a people of Slavonic race, and came in to existence as a distinct state in about 1000 .AD. The region was regarded as part of the medieval Empire, but the Poles had rulers of their own, and one of these in 1000 A.D. Boleslaus, called himself the King of Poles. This title he received from the Emperor Otto III, whose vassal, therefore, he regarded himself; but with it the Polish kingdom originated.
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