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by Richard C Lukas

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Author:
Richard C Lukas
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978-0870492297
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0870492292
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University of Tennessee Press; 1st edition (1978)
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His book, The Strange Allies: Poland and the United States, 1941-1945 studied in-depth the relationship between the United States and the Polish government-in-exile and highlighted the impact of American Polonia in United States-Polish relations. The sequel to The Strange Allies was Bitter Legacy: Polish-American Relations in the Wake of World War II, which dealt with postwar Polish history and Polish-American relations, as well as the aid that was extended to Poland after World War I. .The Forgotten Holocaust

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Richard C. Lukas is an American historian and author of numerous books and articles in several fields including military . Lukas is an American historian and author of numerous books and articles in several fields including military, diplomatic, Polish, and Polish American history. His book, "The Strange Allies: Poland and the United States, 1941-1945," not only studied in-depth the relationship between the United States and the Polish government-in-exile, but also highlighted the impact of American Polonia in United States-Polish relations.

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