Poland from World War to Cold War, 1919-1989

Krzysztof Baraniuk, BSc, PhD

New Year 2024

10 weekly sessions on Tuesdays 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm, starting 16 January

This course will give students an overview of Poland's history from the interwar years of the twentieth century and up to and including the collapse of communism. Major factors influencing Poland's political position in Central Europe and the relationship with its powerful neighbours (Soviet Union and Germany) will be discussed. Students will receive first-hand information on life in Poland during communist times based on the tutor's personal experience.

Fee £86.00 (concession rate £56.00)

10 CATS Points (Level 1)

This class will take place on QUB campus

Concession: The concession rate is available for those who are in receipt of State Benefits (including pension), or are full-time students, part or full-time Queen’s students or are members of University staff holding a valid staff card:


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