Poland - Chapter 8, pgs. 353-399 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8, pgs. 353-399 Summary

Poland was reunited in 1918 after World War I. Lubonski moved back to Gorka and functioned as an adviser to the Polish government. Lubonski believes Poland would always face a threat from Germany and Russia if they didn't unite with a neighboring country. About ten percent of the population were Jews who formed the basis for a middle class that was missing in Poland.

The Bukowski's, like the Lubonski's, sold their Vienna holding and lived in Poland. Bukowski spent a great deal of time traveling with his wife. He lived off her fortune, which could only be obtained in monthly payments.

Marjorie organizes a gala of Polish music. One of the pianists who arrives to perform is Krystyna Szprot. Also in attendance is Prime Minister Paderewski. After dinner, Lubsonski and Bukowski talks to the representative of Lithuania and the Ukraine...

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