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I would like to show a noticable mistake in the article. It says the retreat was from "Galicia and Poland", which is a large misunderstanding. Galicia was an Austro-Hungarian province since 1772, and before that year it had been a part of Commonwealth of Both Nations. In 1915, there was no Poland. There only existed so called Vistula Land, a Russian province. So, if we mean "Poland" as "Polish [pre-partitions] territories" Galicia was a Polish territory. As a result, to stay neutral, the article should say "retreat from Galicia and Vistula Land" or "retreat from Polish lands" or just "retreat eastwards". I think the last one would be the best solution. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 23:50, 31 January 2011 (UTC)