The article includes the review of scientific output of the history of mathematics that was published after 1945, and concerns common mathematics (Polish scientific output) and Polish mathematics (Polish and foreign scientific output). The analysed scientific output occured to be so great that was divided into parts. An interest in the history of common mathematics that earlier was not observed in Poland, was discussed in section 2. Instead, a basic part of the paper, which concerns the history of Polish mathematics, was included in sections 3-10. To make the article readable, the sections were additionally divided into subsections.A detailed plan of the paper looks as follows: 1.-Introduction; 2- Common mathematics; 3. -Polish mathematics in general; 4.-Poland before partitions; 5.-Poland in the period of partitions; 6.-Poland in the interwar period; 7.-Poland during II World War (war-time losses); 8.-Poland after WW II; 9.-Biographical and bibliographic materials; 10. -Other sources; 11. -Conclusion.