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2010 | 2 | 153-168
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Granica polsko- ukraińska w XX wieku

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The Polish- Ukrainian border in XX century
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The explosion of World War created on chance of achievements independent political existence by Ukrainians, inhabiting both Russian state and Habsburg monarchy. The matter of approbation Ukrainians independence ambitions and marking out borders, became the principle axis of Polish-Ukrainian conflict for a long time. After the end of II World War, communist authorities decided to solve the " Ukrainian problem” in Poland. Their aim was a building one-nation state. Realized this aim the "exchange of population” in 1944-1946 between Poland and USSR. The 1989-1991changes contribute to the constitutional transformation in Poland and the rise of independent Ukraine. The main meaning between both states has "Treaty between Republic Poland and Ukraine about good neighbourhood, friendly relations and co-operation” from the 18 May 1992. In perspective of time being complusory, treaty can affirm that it decisions are fully warned by both states and after any of sides Polish- Ukrainian border, there is no political environment, which would discredit her line.
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2
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153-168
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