Biuletyn Historii Pogranicza

“Borderland History Bulletin” number 20/2020

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Studies and articles

Darius Staliūnas, The Idea of the Jagiellonian Union in Lithuania in the end of XIX — at the beginning of XX Century, 4

Mikołaj Jafimowicz, The Bolshevik Press of Belarus in the Polish-Soviet War of 1919—1920, 22

Waldemar Rezmer, Division – Group – the Army of General Stanisław Bułak-Bałachowicz in 1920. Myths and facts, 36

Wojciech Śleszyński, Release? The Attitude of the Polish Army in the Eastern Territories of the Second Polish Republic in the years 1919—1920, 56

Andriej Czerniakiewicz, The Idea of the “Belarusian Piedmont” and the Minsk Treaty of 1920, 66

Sources and materials

Diana Maksimiuk, Unknown Documents Concerning the History of Bialystok Prisons the Verge of Independence (February—April 1919), 90

Justyna Hanula, Souvenirs of the Borderland Past in the Collection of the Sybir Memorial Museum, 102

Discussions and confrontations

Elena Pashkevich, Polish-Soviet War 1919—1920: Modern interpretation in Belarus,110

Krzysztof Buchowski, 1920 in Polish-Lithuanian Relations: Facts and Controversies,118

Elżbieta Smułkowa, “A frontier or Borderland?” — voice in the discussion, 124

Wojciech Śleszyński, Could the Katyn Massacre have not happened?, 130

Conferences and meetings

Scientific conference “Towards independence — North-East Direction 1918-1923” (P. Niziołek), 135

Scientific conference “Between the Eagle and the Pogon. Suwałki Region in the years 1918–1920″ (J. Wasilewski), 137

“History in the spaces of memory. Camp – place – museum. Scientific conference on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the State Museum at Majdanek” (A. Pyżewska),138

International scientific conference “To tell about the borderlands. Museum concepts and narratives” (M. Szarejko), 42

Sztych about Zych — the little homeland of Zygmunt Bujnowski (O. Skieterska),145

Scientific conference “The fate of Poles in the East of the nineteenth and twenty-first centuries. Resettlements, displacements, arrivals, returns and escapes “(S. Szarejko),147

80th anniversary of the first mass deportations to Sybir at the Sybir Memorial Museum (J. Roguz),150

“Katyn Pro Memoria” (M.Bartoszuk),153

Reviews and notes

Grzegorz Zackiewicz, In the Land of Exile. The Fate of Poles in Sybir until 1914, Sybir Memorial Museum (J. Snopko),156

Anna Artemjewa, Jelena Raczewa, Not Confiscated. Stories of people, who experienced what we fear the most (M. Bartoszuk), 159

Józef Matuszelański, Marta Pietruszko, Sebastian Wicher, Towards an unknown figure of beauty. On the life and work of Czesław Sadowski (1902–1959). Catalog of the exhibition organized to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the artist’s death (P. Niziołek), 161

Adam A. Ostanek, In the Service of the Motherland. The Polish Army in the Security System of the South-Eastern Provinces of the Second Polish Republic (1921 – 1939) (W. Śleszyński), 163

Elżbieta Smułkowa, There Was a House in Lviv Called The Haunted Manor (K. Śliwowska), 164

Grzegorz Zackiewicz, Famous Poles in Sybir in the 19th century. Well-known Poles in Sybir in the 19th Century,167

Stalin’s Broom. Northeast Poland and Its Border during the Augustow Raid in 1945, edited by Łukasz Adamski, Grzegorz Hrarciek, Grzegorz Motyka (J.J. Milewski), 168

It Happened in the Presence of Our Bialystok City Hall… Bialystok City Book (1744–1794), edited by Monika Kozłowska, Łukasz Baranowski with the participation of Jakub Grodzki (C. Kuklo),171

Bialystok Voivodes 1919–1944, edited by K. Sychowicz, J. Wasilewski (M. Markiewicz), 172