By Henryk Glębocki
This ebook used to be initially released in Polish as Fatalna sprawa: Kwestia polska w rosyjskiej mysli politycznej (Kraków: Arcana, 2000). It used to be presented the Klio Prize, a prestigious Polish award for the easiest monograph on a historic topic. This English translation is an abridged model (about 0.33 of the book's unique size).
Henryk Glebocki is a historian focusing on japanese Europe and the Russian Empire, and holds an affiliate professorship on the Jagiellonian collage, Kraków. He has authored and co-authored numerous books at the background of imperative and japanese Europe, together with "Diabel Asmodeusz" w niebieskich binoklach i kraj przyszlosci. Hr. Adam Gurowski i Rosja, on count number Adam Gurowski, a Polish radical insurrectionary of 1863 who later became pro-Russian (Kraków: Arcana, 2012); Kresy Imperium. Szkice i materialy do dziejów polityki Rosji wobec jej peryferii (XVIII – XXI wiek), at the peripheries of the Russian Empire from the 18th to twenty first century, (Kraków: Arcana, 2006); The Underground, in highway to Independence – team spirit 1980-2005 (Warszawa: Volumen and K.K. NSZZ Solidarnosc, 2005); and Policja tajna przy robocie. Z dziejów panstwa policyjnego PRL, a booklet at the mystery police within the Polish People's Republic (Kraków: Arcana 2005)
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A Disastrous Matter: The Polish Question in the Russian Political Thought and Discourse of the Great Reform Age 1856–1866 (Jagiellonian Studies in History) by Henryk Glębocki