When did Poland become a country?
Poland becamea country in 966 when it became Christian although its tribes originate in 650 BC
Poland had been a country before World War I, though it was later divided up between Germany, Austria, and Russia. After the war, President Wilson wished to recreate Poland because of his belief in self-determination, the idea that everyone should be able to choose their country. Also, there were many ethnic Poles in the United States who brought the issue to the president's attention.
First of all its not "Is Polish in Netherlands". Its "Is Poland in Netherlands". Poland is the country. Polish is the language. You can say she's polish or I'm polish. But the country again is Poland. Second of all Poland is a country in eastern Europe. Its bigger than Italy. Poland is a very well known country for its nature and beauty.
Actually it is. Poland is since 2008 a great country to live in. Poland is only a country that survived the communism well. They aren't poor. Only if you look compare it with Western-Block countries. Poland is q country that is a little bit broken. Houses are sometimes broken or gray and dirty. But that's only 30% of the country. So Poland is still developing, but ever county does it. So actually Poland has a…
Poland was an independent country until 1795 when it was partitioned by Russia, Austria, and Prussia. Poles fought for their freedom for 123 years. The end of ww1 was a very lucky situation for Poland because all three opressive states lost the war: Austria and Germany (Prussia was a core state of Germany) were defeated. Russia was in the anarchy of Soviet Revolution.