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Teresa Żarnower was born in Warsaw in 1895 into a Polonized Jewish family.
The story of the manner in which the early German settlers in Cracow, Galicia, were Polonized mainly under the influence of the Polish nobility, is all the more interesting when it is contrasted with the German colonists in the
From a national standpoint, the effect of the victory of the Counter Reformation was that the German element in both dioceses became almost completely Polonized.
Moreover, the nobility, the urban population, and the upper and better educated classes in general throughout the whole country were either Poles or thoroughly Polonized.