Re: Input on book
- Subject: Re: Input on book
Date: 4/2/2007, 11:53
From: "S. Butler" <Butler309@...>
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote on 3/28/2007, 03:51:
> > I was looking for a good source to explain the effect the surroundingFORMATION OF THE POLISH STATE. by TADEUSZ MANTEUFFEL
> > countries had on Poland especially Hungary. If anyone has
> > suggestions, I'd love to hear them.
> > Magdalena Gdanska
(Andrew Gorski, Trans., Wayne State University Press. Detroit 1982)
The constant shifting alignments between Hungary, Bohemia, Poland, the
Holy Roman Empire, the Catholic Church, and others inspired me to try to
set up a lesson/class (never completed or delivered) where I would
assign people to hold signs representing the the various factions, and
move them around as a visual aid as I ran through the history.
For a brief story from the 11th C regarding Poland and Hungary, you
"A Princess's Life is Not All Tea and Crumpets"
in SLOVO #10
(the link is to the whole newsletter, the story is towards the bottom.)