Table of contents for A clean sweep? : the politics of ethnic cleansing in western Poland, 1945-1960 / T. David Curp.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction: Hearts and Minds and Land: Ethnic Cleansing and the Stabilization of Postwar Poland
1	How the East Was Lost: Germany¿s Struggle for the Polish-German Borderlands, 1870¿1945
2	Who Won the West: The Colonists and Ethnic Cleansers of Pozna? and Eastern Brandenburg in 1945
3	Acts of Sacrifice: Poland¿s Ethnic Cleansing and the End of Political Pluralism, 1945¿47
4	Counterrevolution from Above and Abroad: The Delocalization of Politics and the Beginning of Polish Stalinism¿s Antinational Counterrevolution, 1947¿49
5	Waging Counterrevolution: The Party-State¿s Struggle for Hearts, Minds, and Land in Wielkopolska, 1949¿53
6	Revolutions before the Revolution: National Solidarity and the Long Retreat of Stalinism in Wielkopolska, 1953¿56
7	The Revolutions Betrayed? The Pozna? Revolt and the Polish Road to National Socialism, 1956¿60
Conclusion: A Near Run Thing: From National Solidarity to Solidarity
Notes
Bibliography
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Forced migration -- Poland -- Western and Northern Territories.
Forced migration -- Poland -- Wielkopolska.
Population transfers -- Germans.
Western and Northern Territories (Poland) -- Ethnic relations.
Wielkopolska (Poland) -- Ethnic relations.
Poland -- Politics and government -- 1945-1980.
Poland -- Relations -- Germany.
Germany -- Relations -- Poland.