Edward Długajczyk


Edward Długajczyk

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Dr Hab. Edward Stanisław Długajczyk (b. 1939) is a Polish historian. He is specializing in history of Upper Silesia in 20th century.

He finished Polish philology at Jagiellonian University. In 1972 he gained a Ph.D. from University of Silesia. In 1982 Długajczyk passed his habilitation.

Works

*"Sanacja śląska 1926-1939: zarys dziejów politycznych" (1983)
*"Ludzie z bieruńskiego ratusza: rzecz o burmistrzach i radzie miejskiej w latach 1919-1939" (1989)
*"Bieruń Stary w dokumentach archiwalnych: materiały do planu zagospodarowania przestrzennego z lat 1946-1947" (1990)
*"Oblicze polityczne i własnościowe prasy polskiej w województwie śląskim 1922-1939" (1990)
*"Trudne lata nadziei: Bieruń Stary 1945-1950" (1990)
*"Podział Górnego Śląska w 1922 roku" (1992)
*"Tajny front na granicy cieszyńskiej: wywiad i dywersja w latach 1919-1939" (1993)
*"Grupy Z i N : polskie przygotowania dywersji wojskowej w Niemczech w latach 1921-1925" (1997)
*"Wywiad polski na Górnym Śląsku 1919-1922" (2001)
*"Polska konspiracja wojskowa na Śląsku Cieszyńskim w latach 1919-1920" (2005)

References

*"Noty o autorach" (2008). In. Archiwa i archiwalia górnośląskie. Vol. 1. Katowice.

External links

* [http://nauka-polska.pl/dhtml/raporty/ludzieNauki?rtype=opis&objectId=11044&lang=pl Edward Długajczyk at nauka-polska.pl]


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