Upper Silesia


Upper Silesia
a highly industrialized region divided between Germany and Poland after World War I.

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  • Polish Military Organization of Upper Silesia — Polish Military Organization of the Upper Silesia ( pl. Polska Organizacja Wojskowa Górnego Śląska) was a secret military organization formed in February 1919 in Upper Silesia. It was involved in the three Silesian Uprisings, although officially… …   Wikipedia


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