3 edition of The Kashubs, Pomerania and Gdansk found in the catalog.
The Kashubs, Pomerania and Gdansk
|Statement||Jozef Borzyszkowski, translated by Tomasz Wicherkiewicz.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||271 p. :|
|Number of Pages||271|
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This volume is the first scholarly monograph on the history, culture and language of the Kashubs to be published in English since The book systematically explores the most important aspects of Kashubian identity – national, regional, linguistic, cultural and Pomerania and Gdansk book – from Pomerania and Gdansk book historical and contemporary perspectives.5/5(1).
The Kashubs, a regional autochthonous group inhabiting northern Poland, represent one of the most dynamic ethnic groups in Europe.
As a community, they have undergone significant political, social, economic and cultural change over the last hundred years. At the beginning of Pomerania and Gdansk book twentieth century, the Kashubs were citizens of Germany.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Kashubs, Pomerania and Gdansk by Józef Borzyszkowski; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Kashubes, Civilization, History; Places: Poland. The Kashubs are a Slavonic nation most closely related to the Poles.
Their language, Kashubian, belongs to the group of Slavonic languages and consequently resembles Polish, Russian and Czech. Because of the lengthy German neighborhood, Kashubian has incorporated many Pomerania and Gdansk book derived from the Germanic The Kashubs, mainly German, The Kashubs Kashubian grammar closely resembles that of Polish.
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Chapter 2 Why Were the Kashubs Among the First Polish Emigrants. Reasons for the 19th Century Kashub Exodus. Kashubia Throughout History. The presented maps are based on research of Prof.
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