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K Cordell: ‘Retreat From Ethnicity:? Upper Silesia and Polish-German Relations’: Plymouth, Plymouth International Papers No. 2, April, 1995

K Cordell: ‘Retreat From Ethnicity:? Upper Silesia and Polish-German Relations’: Plymouth, Plymouth International Papers No. 2, April, 1995. K Cordell: ‘Minority Rights and the Creation of a Civic Culture: The Case of Upper Silesia’: The Second Pan-European Conference in International Relations; National Foundation of Political Science, Paris, September, 1995. K Cordell: ‘Nation and Citizenship in Upper Silesia’: The International Conference on the Constitutional Relationship of Ethnic Relations; The University of Ljubljana, March, 1996.

The German–Polish Convention on Upper Silesia (French: Convention germano-polonaise relative à la Haute Silésie; German: Deutsch–Polnisches Abkommen über Oberschlesien), also known as the Geneva Convention, of 15 May 1922, dealt with the constitution.

The German–Polish Convention on Upper Silesia (French: Convention germano-polonaise relative à la Haute Silésie; German: Deutsch–Polnisches Abkommen über Oberschlesien), also known as the Geneva Convention, of 15 May 1922, dealt with the constitutional and legal future of Upper Silesia which partly became Polish territory after a referendum in 1921

Author: Karl Cordell Title: Retreat from Ethnicity? . ISBN10: 0905227395 ISBN13: 978-0905227399 Format:.

Author: Karl Cordell Title: Retreat from Ethnicity?: Upper Silesia and German-Polish Relations (Plymouth International Papers) ISBN10: 0905227395 ISBN13: 978-0905227399 Format:. Retreat from Ethnicity?: Upper Silesia and German-Polish Relations (Plymouth International Papers) - Karl Cordell PDF version.

Cordell, . ‘Retreat from Ethnicity? Upper Silesia and German–Polish Relations’, Plymouth International . Hyde-Price, . The International Politics of East Central Europe. Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1996. ‘Retreat from Ethnicity? Upper Silesia and German–Polish Relations’, Plymouth International Papers, 1995. European Commission, Agenda 2000: Commission Opinion on the Czech Republic’s Application for Membership of the European Union. Jaworski, . Na piastowskim szlaku.

Upper Silesia (Polish: Górny Śląsk; Silesian: Gůrny Ślůnsk; Czech: Horní Slezsko; German: Oberschlesien; Silesian German: Oberschläsing; Latin: Silesia Superior) is the southeastern part of the historical and geographical region of Silesia, located . .

Upper Silesia (Polish: Górny Śląsk; Silesian: Gůrny Ślůnsk; Czech: Horní Slezsko; German: Oberschlesien; Silesian German: Oberschläsing; Latin: Silesia Superior) is the southeastern part of the historical and geographical region of Silesia, located mostly in Poland, with small parts in the Czech Republic.

This paper seeks to offer an assessment of the nature of identity among Poland's German minority and to investigate why since 1950 large numbers of that minority have migrated to Germany View. Memory, Identity and Poland's German Mionority. As we noted in the previous two chapters, for years the position and existence of Germans in Upper Silesia and other parts of Poland was one of the issues which dogged bilateral relations between Warsaw and Bonn.

Cordell, Karl and Born, Karl Martin 2001. The German minority in Upper Silesia: Electoral success and organizational patterns. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, Vol. 7, Issue. Politics and Society in Upper Silesia Today: The German Minority Since 1945. University of Plymouth, England. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 20 November 2018. In 1919, Polish nationalist forces led by Josef Pilsudski succeeded in re-establishing an independent Polish state. Poland had disappeared from the map of Europe in 1794 following the third partition.

Publications of the Permanent Court of International Justice Series A No. 7; Collection of Judgments . Sijthoff’s Publishing Company, Leyden, 1926.

A06 Certain German Interests in Polish Upper Silesia (Preliminary Objections). A15 Rights of Minorities in Upper Silesia (Minority Schools). Judgment of 26 April 1928. Dissenting Opinion by M. Huber. Judgment of 25 August 1925. Observations by M. Anzilloti. Dissenting Opinion by Count Rostworowski. A07 Certain German Interests in Polish Upper Silesia (Merits). Judgment of 25 May 1926. Observations Lord Finlay.

The history of German-Polish relations is long and often marked by bloodshed. SPIEGEL presents an overview of the events and long-term developments that help explain today's conflicts between Berlin and Warsaw. Traces of this Romantic self-adulation have now become constitutive of the mentality of many Poles. The Kaczynski twins channel this sentiment.