Jerzy Eisler

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Prof. dr hab. Jerzy Krzysztof Eisler (born 12 June 1952 in Warsaw) is a Polish historian, focusing mostly on the history of Poland during the communist era. He is a professor at the History Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences, and member of the Institute of National Remembrance in Warsaw. In 1994-97 he was a principal of Adam Mickiewicz Polish school in Paris. Eisler gained a title of professor in 2002 and was awarded the Silver Cross of Merit medal in 2006.[1]

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  • Od monarchizmu do faszyzmu. Koncepcje polityczno - społeczne prawicy francuskiej 1918 - 1940 (From Monarchism to Fascism. Sociopolitical Conceptions of the French Right 1918-1940) (1987)
  • Kolaboracja we Francji 1940 - 1944 (Collaboration in France 1940-1944) (1989)
  • Marzec 1968. Geneza - przebieg - konsekwencje (1991)
  • Zarys dziejów politycznych Polski 1944 - 1989 (1992)
  • List 34 (Letter 34) (1993)
  • Grudzień 1970. Geneza - przebieg - konsekwencje (2000)
  • Polski rok 1968 (Polish Year 1968) (2006)
  • "Polskie miesiące" czyli kryzys(y) w PRL (2008)

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