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Napoleon's Polish Troops (Men-at-Arms #45)

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In 1795 the kingdom of Poland fell prey to her stronger neighbors, Russia, Prussia and Austria. Following the death of the king of Poland in 1798, his kingdom was divided among these three neighboring powers. France became increasingly involved, and protested at Poland's treatment, offering refuge for Polish exiles. On October
11th, 1796, the Polish Legion was formed in th
Paperback, 48 pages
Published May 10th 2011 by Osprey Publishing (first published June 15th 1974)
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