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2014 | 1-2(231-232) | 97-106
Article title

Państwo niesuwerenne w podręczniku historii

Title variants
EN
Non-sovereign state in a history textbook
Languages of publication
PL EN
Abstracts
EN
The problem of sovereignty of individual state centres on the Polish territory in the nineteenth century has not been adequately studied, therefore it is very difficult to present it in textbooks for students whose knowledge of history is not developed. Yet the characteristics of sovereignty or non-sovereignty are key to the national and historical consciousness of Poles. In their textbooks, Anna Radziwiłł and Wojciech Roszkowski showed that, although the freedom of political life in the Kingdom of Poland was relatively large, it was, however, significantly lower than in the prepartition era. The Napoleonic Constitution significantly limited the political activity of citizens. The authors emphasized the similarity of the old and modern historical contexts – the times of the Kingdom of Poland and of the People’s Republic of Poland (PRL), encouraging students to think deeper about sovereignty and its absence.
Year
Issue
Pages
97-106
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Contributors
  • Uniwersytet Warszawski
References
Document Type
Publication order reference
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YADDA identifier
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