Stefan Inglot

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Stefan Inglot (b. June 10, 1902 in Albigowa near Łańcut, d. January 10, 1994 in Wrocław, Poland) was a Polish historian and a cooperative activist.

He graduated at the Lwów University. At the same university he gained PhD in 1926 and passed his habilitation in history in 1932.[1] He was professor on the Lwów University since 1939.[1] During the German occupation of Poland in World War II he became principal of the Underground University of Lwów, accidentally jailed.

In 1946 he became professor at the Wrocław University and since 1991 member of the Polish Academy of Skills (PAU).

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  • Kolonizacja wewnętrzna a napływ Niemców od XVI do XVIII w. (1945)
  • Udział chłopów w obronie Polski. Zarys historyczny (1946)
  • Historia chlopów polskich (t. 1-2 1970-72)

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