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** ''At the mouth of the Vistula stood the entirely German city of Danzig. It lived mainly as an outlet for Polish trade, and it could prosper in no other way. There was no reason to suppose it would put any difficulties in the way of Polish imports and exports. It was an ancient, honest, clean and prosperous German city. Ninety-six per cent of its inhabitants were German. (…) But they separated it from Germany and made it into a "free city", and to the west of it they achieved that "access to the sea" of Wilson’s, by annexing a broad band of Pomeranian territory to Poland.'' (ang.)
** Źródło: [http://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/w/wells/hg/w45th/book1.html#chapter10 ''The Shape of Things to Come'', 1933]
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