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... These areas comprise present-day Lithuania, Belarus and Poland ... About 5,500 Tatars lived within the inter-war boundaries of Poland (1920–1939), and a Tatar cavalry unit had fought for the country's independence ... It is estimated that about 3000 Tatars live in present-day Poland, of which about 500 declared Tatar (rather than Polish) nationality in the 2002 census ...
... The prehistory and protohistory of Poland is the period from the first appearance of Homo species on the territory of modern-day Poland, to the establishment of the Polish state in the 10th century AD—a span of ... The area of present-day Poland went through the stages of socio-technical development known as the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages, while experiencing the climatic shifts of the glacial periods ... in southern and western Europe, the cultures of the area of present-day Poland came to be influenced in varying degrees by the civilizations ...
Famous quotes containing the words poland and/or day:
“It is often said that Poland is a country where there is anti-semitism and no Jews, which is pathology in its purest state.”
—Bronislaw Geremek (b. 1932)
“Punishment followed on a grand scale. For ten days, an unconscionable length of time, my father blessed the palms of his childs outstretched, four-year-old hands with a sharp switch. Seven strokes a day on each hand; that makes one hundred forty strokes and then some. This put an end to the childs innocence.”
—Christoph Meckel (20th century)