Метаморфозы идентичности поляков в России в период Первой мировой и Гражданской войн. (На материале воспоминаний Романа Дыбоского)
After the beginning of the First World War the Polish presence in Russia increased substantially: numerous refugees and prisoners of war joined the earlier established Polonia. The complex process of national self-determination of the Poles was refl ected in the memoirs of Roman Dyboski (1883-1945) – a literary scholar, professor of Jagiellonian University, offi cer of the Austro-Hungarian army. During seven years spent in Russia he visited its various parts, talked to his compatriots, who represented all regions of partitioned Poland, social layers, professions, generations and political groups.