Roman Dmowski was a Polish politician and an ideological father of National Democracy. He was a very important figure for the restoration of Poland’s independence after the First World War. In 1925 he published his famous book entitled “Polish Politics and the Rebuilding of the State”. He explained his motives for an anti-German policy before and during the First World War. This article is focused on his relations with Hungary. Despite the tradition of Polish-Hungarian friendship, Roman Dmowski represented a rather unfriendly position towards Hungary considering policy of Budapest as favorable to Germany. Therefore, Roman Dmowski was a follower of an alliance with Prague and Bucharest instead
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Michał Kowalczyk (born 1989), graduate of Institute of History, University of Warsaw, doctoral student at The Institute of Political Science of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw. Main areas of research: history and politics of Hungary, Polish-Hungarian relations, Hungarian foreign policy, nationalist movements in Central and Eastern Europe. Author of several scientific articles concerning Hungary.