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From 1795–1918 Poland was split between Germany, Austria and Russia and had no independent existence. In 1795 the third and the last of the three 18th-century partitions of Poland ended the existence of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. Nevertheless, events both within and outside the Polish lands kept hopes for restoration of Polish independence alive throughout the 19th century. Poland's geopolitical location on the Northern European Lowlands became especially important in a period when its expansionist neighbors, the Kingdom of Prussia and Imperial Russia, involved themselves intensely in European rivalries and alliances as modern nation-states took form over the entire continent.

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  • History of Poland (1795–1918)
  • Historia de Polonia (1795-1918)
  • Ziemie Rzeczypospolitej pod zaborami
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  • From 1795–1918 Poland was split between Germany, Austria and Russia and had no independent existence. In 1795 the third and the last of the three 18th-century partitions of Poland ended the existence of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. Nevertheless, events both within and outside the Polish lands kept hopes for restoration of Polish independence alive throughout the 19th century. Poland's geopolitical location on the Northern European Lowlands became especially important in a period when its expansionist neighbors, the Kingdom of Prussia and Imperial Russia, involved themselves intensely in European rivalries and alliances as modern nation-states took form over the entire continent.
  • Ziemie Rzeczypospolitej pod zaborami – ziemie Rzeczypospolitej Obojga Narodów wcielone w następstwie rozbiorów do państw zaborczych.
  • Historia de Polonia (1795-1918)- Divisiones sucesivas de la República de las Dos Naciones en el siglo XVIII entre Rusia, Reino de Prusia e Imperio Austríaco. Durante este periodo las estructuras gubernamentales llevaron a la eventual desaparición del país. Polonia recuperó su independencia en 1918. En el siglo XVIII, la mancomunidad afrontaba muchos problemas internos y era vulnerable a influencias exteriores. La desestabilización del sistema político los llevó a la anarquía. Atentaban las reformas, como las hechas por cuatro años de Sejm de 1788-1792, las cuales culminaron en la tercera constitución, esta vino muy tarde. El Reino de Polonia finalizó con la tercera partición del país, entre Austria, Prusia y Rusia, en 1795. La independencia polaca, bajo la forma de república, solo se resta
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