Insights and Perspectives
Edited By Elżbieta Katarzyna Dzikowska, Agata Handley and Piotr Zawilski
East Prussia as the only province of the German Empire occupied during the Great War. Wartime histories of East Prussia
The intention of the author of this study is to present East Prussia as a part of the German state during the Great War. The history of this province is strikingly different from the histories of other parts of Germany. The province area, as the only part of the Second Reich, found itself partially, during military action of 1914–1915, under Russian occupation. The author intends to outline the course of warfare and the gehenna of the German civilians as well as the scale of destruction, reconstruction process and persecution of war crimes committed by the occupant.
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