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Polish-Soviet War 1920-1921

Jarosław Centek
The hostilities between Bolshevik Russia and Poland started as early as 1919. In April 1920, Poland and Ukraine liberated Kiev from Bolshevik control. However, in the summer of 1919, the Bolsheviks managed to push the Poles back to the Vistula, although they were eventually defeated. The second Polish victory in the Battle of Neman finally brought the war to an end.

Making Sense of the War (Sweden)

Anne Hedén
This text gives a brief overview of the Swedish intellectual, literary and media responses to the war, and also of the Swedish responses to the new peacetime order in Europe. By the end of 1918, Swedish neutrality was often perceived within domestic discourse as representing a development where, in spite of being a small regional power, Sweden exercised a strong influence due to the country’s peace building efforts, extended civil rights and humanitarian orientation. In...

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