Second Polish Republic

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Summary

Capital
Official Language
Population
32,348,000 (1931)
27,177,000 (1921)
Area
388,634 km² (150052 mi²)
Contained by
 

Country

Languages spoken
National anthem
Dąbrowski's Mazurka (1926, 1939)
Currency Formerly Used
Polish marka
Administrative Divisions
 

Statistical region

Religions
Greek Orthodox Church (10.95, 1921)
Judaism (10.8, 1921)
Protestantism (3.7, 1921)
 

Taxonomy Subject

entry
Library of Congress Classification (DK4400)
 

Countries

States/provinces within
 

Dated location

Date founded
1918
Date dissolved
1939
 

Organization member

Member of
League of Nations (1920-01-10, 1946-04-18)
 

Military Combatant

Military Conflicts
Casualties
Battle of Westerplatte (Military - Wounded, 53)
Battle of Westerplatte (Military - Dead, 14)
Battle of Krojanty (Military - Dead, 19, 25)
Battle of Krojanty (Military - Wounded, 40, 50)
Military Commanders
Force Deployments
 

Award Presenting Organization

Award categories presented
 

Governmental Jurisdiction

Government positions
Governing officials
Gabriel Narutowicz (1922-12-09, 1922-12-16)
Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszowski (1939-10-01, 1939-10-01)
Ignacy Mościcki (1926-06-01, 1939-09-01)
 

Location

Adjoins
People born here
Events
Geolocation
223 m
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