PAHA is a proud partner of the Museum of Polish History which is currently developing an online resource: http://polishfreedom.pl/en This website features primary sources related to the Polish history - both in Polish and in English.

List prepared by Dr. Anna Muller:

Select primary sources available online:


1/ Selections from Anonymous Gaul, accessible at http://staropolska.pl/ang/middleages/Sec_prose/Gall.php3

2/ Jan Długosz, selections of his Annals, accessible at
http://staropolska.pl/ang/middleages/Sec_prose/Dlugosz.php3

3/ Marcin Kromer, Polonia, accessible at http://staropolska.pl/ang/renaissance/Kromer/polonia.php3
Mikołaj Rey, Life of an Honest Man, accessible at
http://staropolska.pl/ang/renaissance/M_Rej/life.php3

4/ Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski, On the Reform of the Commonwealth, accessible at
http://staropolska.pl/ang/renaissance/frycz.php3

5/ Piotr Skarga, Sermons to the Diet (Eighth Sermon), accessible at
http://staropolska.pl/ang/renaissance/skarga.php3

6/ The Treaty of Brest, 1595, available at http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/1595brest.html

7/ Jan Słomka, The Life of a Polish Peasant, ca. 1900, accessible at
http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/1900polishpeasant.html

8/ Woodrow Wilson, Fourteen Points speech, accessible at
http://wwi.lib.byu.edu/index.php/President_Wilson%27s_Fourteen_Points

9/ American Jewish Relief Committee, report on Postwar Poland, 1919, accessible at
http://hdl.handle.net/1813/2136

10/ Report on Young Women Workers in Poland, 1952, accessible at http://hdl.handle.net/1813/2143

11/ J. Musiałkowski’s article on Warsaw women masons, 1949, accessible at
http://hdl.handle.net/1813/2144