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When Russia, Prussia and Austria partitioned Poland

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Excerpt: "In the mid 18th century, the fragility and potential collapse of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was a matter of concern for the great courts of Europe. At its height, the Commonwealth’s territory covered nearly a million km2, mainly made up of vast plains and dense forests. It was a buffer zone with no real natural borders, located between three powers that were hungry for expansion: Austria, Prussia and Russia..."
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hal-04240205 , version 1 (13-10-2023)

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Bernard Herencia, Thérence Carvalho. When Russia, Prussia and Austria partitioned Poland. Reflexscience, 2023. ⟨hal-04240205⟩
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