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Author: Grzegorz Motyka is a historian, political scientist and employee of the Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences. His main research interests include the issues of Polish-Ukrainian relations after 1939 and anti-communist resistance in Central Europe after 1944.

Cover image: Photo from the Historical Museum in Sanok: Łodzina near Sanok. Preparations to the funeral of those murdered by Ukrainian Insurgent Army. Photo: Stanislaw Potocki.

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From the Volhynian Massacre to Operation Vistula

The Polish-Ukrainian Conflict 1943–1947



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