Poles

Earliest record: 1000
Last record: 1970

Language family: Slavic

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YearsAction
10001945Located in
1018Attacked [1]
1068Attacked [1]
12631795Conquered [2]
13871667Conquered [2]
13871795Conquered
14041514Conquered
1410Conquered [3]
14101970Located in
14471672Conquered [2]
1466Conquered
14661970Located in
16181667Conquered
1683Attacked [4]
18601870Partial migration to [5]
19181919Were resettled in [6]
19181921Attacked [7]
19181921Were resettled in [5]
19451947Were resettled in [5]
19451950Were resettled in [8]
19451970Located in
19451970Located in [9]

Location Info

  1. {Middle Vistula R (incl Warsaw), PL.} + {Middle Warta R around Poznan, PL.} +{Upper Oder R around Wroclaw, PL (see map ref 302).} + {Middle or upper Odra R around Glogow, PL.} + {W of Wisla R, around Inowroclaw, PL (betw Wisla and Notec RR).} + {Upper Odra (Oder) R, betw Nysa Klodzka & Upper Warta RR around Opole (Oppeln) PL.} *{900- 717} + {900-718} + * *{900-720} + {900-721} + * *{302-32} + {900- 722} *
  2. Kiev
  3. Kiev
  4. Byelorussia (excluding Smolensk area).
  5. Ukraine including Kiev, Czernigov.
  6. S Ukraine: Lvov, Zhitomir
  7. Smolensk area (cf. Muir's Historical Atlas, p. 56)
  8. Tannenberg, E Prussia
  9. {Tannenberg, E Prussia}*{340-17}*
  10. Podolia (Middle course Juzny Bug R, see Times Atlas of World History, p.141).
  11. Pomerelia (see ref 340), Danzig(Gdansk)
  12. {Pomerelia (see ref 340), Danzig(Gdansk)} *{900-725}*
  13. {Smolensk area (cf. Muir's Historical Atlas, p. 56)} *{900- 726}*
  14. Vienna, A
  15. W D & E F
  16. PL, using 1923-39 boundaries (Putzger p. 106/7)
  17. Minsk, Gomel, & nr Kiev, W SU.
  18. W PL, using 1923-1939 boundaries (Putzger p. 106/7)
  19. New W PL (former German area)
  20. PL (probably most into the former German provinces, now W PL)
  21. {Middle Vistula R (incl Warsaw), PL + Middle Warta R around Poznan, PL + Upper Oder R around Wroclaw, PL (see map ref 302) + Middle or upper Odra R around Glogow, PL + W of Wisla R, around Inowroclaw, PL (betw Wisla and Notec RR) + Upper Odra (Oder) R, betw Nysa Klodzka & Upper Warta RR around Opole (Oppeln) PL.} - (former E PL now SU) + {New W PL (former German area)} *{900-723} -(former E PL now SU)* * + {150-8} *
  22. W Ukraine, Belorussia, Lithuania (probably portion that was Polish between the World Wars)

References

  1. Clarkson, Jesse D. 1961. A History of Russia. Random House, New York. 857 pp.
  2. Bunak, Victor V. 1976. Rassengeschichte Osteuropas. pp. 7-101. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 4. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.
  3. The Conquest of Prussia by the Teutonic Knights. 1979. pp. 140, No. 3. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  4. Siege of Vienna. 1979. pp. 197, No. 2. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  5. Tilly, Charles. 1978. Migration in modern European history. pp. 48-72. In McNeill, William H., and Ruth S. Adams (eds.). Human Migration. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana.
  6. Movements of Peoples. 1979. pp. 265, No. 3. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  7. Russia in War and Revolution. 1979. pp. 259, No. 1. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  8. Post-war Population Movements. 1979. pp. 274-275, No. 1. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  9. Fitzsimmons, Thomas, Peter Malof and John C. Fiske. 1960. USSR. Human Relations Area Files Inc. (HRAF Press), New Haven, Connecticut. 590 pp.