I need help creating a thesis and an outline on Analysis of Poland Country. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. The overall population of Poland amasses to around 38 to 40 million. The people are formally called the Poles. Over three percent of the country’s territory is marked by the presence of water and wet land. Its currency is Zloty. The capital city of Poland is Warsaw which is the administrative center towards official and political activities.
The official language of Poland is Polish. Poland derives a multicultural background and existence and on account of this diversity, it accommodates the Germans, the Magyars, the Ukrainians, the Silesians, and Kashubians.
Base on its geostrategic positioning, it was used to own benefit in both World Wars. As a result of its vital positioning, the Germans used it as a corridor towards reaching to the other states. In World War one, as well as the Second World War, it was used to penetrate into Russia.
Throughout history, Poland has undergone a number of reforms in terms of the form of governments and official name. At present it is formally known as the Republic of Poland, at one time it was under the Grand Duchy of Warsaw that was created by Napoleon Bonaparte (Pawly, 10). In most ancient times it was known as the Kingdom of Poland. This was towards the middle of the 11th century A.D in 1025. Towards 1569 Poland joined the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. It remained under this for several decades afterward.
Towards the Second World War, it was formally annexed by Germany and lost its identity for a considerable period of time. After the Second World War, it fell under the control of the U.S.S.R. U.S.S.R wanted it under its influence due to the fact that Russia had been attacked on both occasions from the Polish borders. After the Second World War, there was a contest of government formation between the Lublin Poles and the London Poles. Stalin would not allow the formation of the Pro Capitalist government and in turn, tempered the outcome of the elections and established a pro-socialist government. Poland remained under the influence of the Soviet Union for the major part of the Cold War. It formally became the Republic of Poland towards 1989 when the Berlin Wall fell and so did the U.S.S.R and subsequently the Cold War came to a seize. .
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