|1.||1. The range of Soviet domination in Europe, 1986.|
|2.||2. The Jagiellonian Realm, 1493.|
|3.||3. The range of territorial changes of the Polish state in the second millinnium AD.|
|4.||4. The Constitutional Kingdom in Poland: A sanctuary of the world's largest Jewish community.|
|5.||5. Poland at the height of her superiority over Russia, 1618.|
|6.||6. Total obliteration of the Republic. Territorial losses since 1618.|
|7.||7. The four countries considered in the book that were within independent east-central Europe, 1918-1938.|
|8.||8. Poland in 1939, surrounded by Nazi Germany and its allies.|
|9.||9. Deportations to the USSR in 1939-41 and the routes on which the Poles, when released after Hitler's invasion of Russia, were able to enter the Middle East in 1942.|
|10.||10. Operation Fanout (Wachlarz), July 1941-November 1942.|
|11.||11. Boundaries, since 1945, of the four countries considered in the book.|
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Publication information: Book title: Development of Class Structure in Eastern Europe:Poland and Her Southern Neighbors. Contributors: Aleksander Gella - Author. Publisher: State University of New York Press. Place of publication: Albany. Publication year: 1989. Page number: 203.
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