Polish-soviet war [1919-1920]
After World War I, there were fierce battles for Subcarpathian Russia. The fact that they did not always shoot during them does not change anything.
Central Europe 1914-1920 - bloody return from oblivion.
Slovaks as Czechoslovaks.
The annexation of Slovakia was no walk through the rose garden.
Legionnaires, militia, fronts, Czechs, Moravians and Slovaks.
Hooray for Bratislava and Košice!
Czechoslovakia rules in the military-occupied territories as far as Košice.
1918-1920: "Trma-vrma" all around us.
The Bolsheviks are moving to Europe.
Red glow over Komárno.
History of the famous Polish order and an overview of contemporary Polish faleristic literature.
The defeat of the military bloc of the Central Powers marked the end of the Great War, later referred to as World War I, for the peoples of Europe. As a result, Austria-Hungary disintegrated, new independent states emerged in Central Europe (Poland and Czechoslovakia), and a revolution broke out in Germany and the fall of the empire. Following the end of the war, European governments were able to address the problems caused by the long-running global conflict. Among the most important issues that needed to be resolved relatively quickly was the return of millions of people displaced to their territories as a result of military operations, as well as the evacuation of prisoner-of-war camps and the deployment of prisoner-of-war soldiers to their homeland. . A total of 8,865 thousand prisoners (5,295 thousand of the Treaty soldiers and 3,570 of the Central Powers) were captured during World War I. After laying down their weapons on the fronts, the soldiers in the prison camps began to demand immediate release home.