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Title: Silesian administrative authorities and territorial transformations of Silesia (1918-1945)

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Abstract:

The publication concerns conditions in the 19th and 20th centuries leading to the dissolution of Silesian unity as well as the viewpoints of German, Polish and Czechoslovakian political authorities regarding Silesian unity following World War I, while also taking into account the viewpoints of Church institutions. The text is an analysis and a summary of existing works on the subject matter, with the main area of interest being the analysis of legal, organizational and administrative institutions concerning their policies towards the dissolution of Silesian unity.The latter half of the 19th century was chiefly responsible for the breakup of Silesian unity, due to the rise of the idea of nationalism leading to the idea of nation-states. The materialization of this idea in respect of Silesia, a region inhabited by three nations, two of which were then building their own states, could only mean the dissolution of the monolithic administrative structure erected within the Second German Reich. The realisation of these ideas was brought on by World War I, in whose wake the Republic of Poland and the Republic of Czechoslovakian were born, while the Second German Reich collapsed.

Date issued:

2014

Resource Type:

ebook

Format:

application/pdf

Identifier:

ISBN 978-83-927132-8-9

Language:

eng

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Licence:

Rules of usage of Digital Library of Wroclaw University

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Rights holder:

© Copyright by Authors and Uniwersytet Wrocławski

Autor opisu:

TK

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Jan 27, 2017

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Mar 24, 2015

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