“There were two problems: the first was that the western frontier was established by foreigners at Versailles and the eastern frontier was fixed by the Poles and Soviets in 1931 after the Polish-Soviet War. These frontiers left Poland with hostile neighbours.”
A conversation with Halik Kochanski, historian, and author of The Eagle Unbowed: Poland and the Poles in the Second World War.
To read the full interview visit: https://www.neweasterneurope.eu/node/598
A review of The Eagle Unbowed: Poland and the Poles in the Second World War can be found in the January – March (No. 1(VI)/2013) issue of New Eastern Europe, available now in bookshops and newsstands.