Development of Class Structure in Eastern Europe: Poland and Her Southern Neighbors

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This is an extensive bibliography of the subject. Not all the books listed are used in the footnotes: some titles appeared after the manuscript had been finished. Many others were not of direct significance to the text.


I. UNPUBLISHED ARCHIVAL SOURCES

Cabinet Polish Forces Committee; Secret documents concerning the "Disposal" of the Polish Armed Forces Abroad, 1946-1947, Public Record Office, London. CAB 130/10 38223.

Kukiel, Marian, Gen. Min. of War, Polish Government in Exile. Statistical data and various materials concerning the Polish Armed Forces in the West. Polish Institute and the Museum of Gen. Sikorski, London. (A XII 4-15).

Lis, Józef Płk. (Col.) materials concerning the Poles who disappeared in the USSR 1939-1945 manuscript. Józef Piłsudski's Institute, London.

Surowiecki, W., Statystyka Ksie + ̧stwa Warszawskiego, manuscript, Teki Skimborowicza XXIV 1/32, Archiwum Głóowne Akt Dawnych: Warszawa.


II. PUBLISHED DOCUMENTS

Armia Krajowa w Dokumentach 1939-1945, vol. I-V. Edited by the Committee of the Polish Underground Study Trust. London, 1970-81.

Nuremberg Documents. Central Commission for the Investigation of Nazi Crimes in Poland.

Dokumente din istoria Partidului Comunist din Rumania, Bucaresti, 1953.

Dokumenty o vzniku a vyvoje lidove demokracie w Ceskoslovensku do Unora 1948, t. I, Praga, 1965.

U.S. Congress. House. Final Report of the Select Committee to conduct an investigation and study the fact, evidence, and circumstances of Katyn Forest Massacre. 82nd Congress 1952.

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