Kerajaan Poland (1917–1918)

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Kerajaan Poland

Königreich Polen  (Bahasa Jerman)
Królestwo Polskie  (Bahasa Poland)
1917–1918
Bendera Poland
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Bendera Lambang
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StatusClient / puppet state
of the German Empire
Ibu negaraWarsaw
Bahasa lazim
KerajaanRegency
King 
• 1917–1918
Vacant
Head of State 
• 14 Jan – 25 Aug 1917
Council of Statea
• 1917–1918
Majlis Mangkua
Prime Minister 
• Nov 1917 – Feb 1918
Jan Kucharzewski
• 27 Feb – 4 Apr 1918
Antoni Ponikowski
• 4 Apr – 23 Okt 1918
Jan Kanty Steczkowski
• 23 Oct – 5 Nov 1918
Józef Świeżyński
• 4–11 Nov 1918
Władysław Wróblewski
Era sejarahPerang Dunia Pertama
5 November 1916
• Pengasasan
14 January 1917
3 Mac 1918
• Armistice
11 November 1918
Mata wang
Didahului oleh
Diganti oleh
Vistula Land
Republik Poland Kedua
  1. Ruled as collective heads of state.

Kerajaan Poland (Bahasa Poland: Królestwo Polskie) atau Kerajaan Mangku Poland (Bahasa Poland: Królestwo Regencyjne, Bahasa Poland: Regency Kingdom of Poland) merupakan suatu negara boneka dirancang dalam Empayar Jerman semasa Perang Dunia Pertama.[1][2]

Kawasan terangkum dalam entiti ini kemudiannya dimasukkan dalam Republik Poland Kedua selepas termeterainya Peletakan Senjata 11 November 1918 yang menamatkan perang dunia tersebut.

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  1. ^ The Regency Kingdom has been referred to as a puppet state by Norman Davies in Europe: A history ( Internet Archive, p. 910); by Jerzy Lukowski and Hubert Zawadzki in A Concise History of Poland (Google Books, p. 218); by Piotr J. Wroblel in Chronology of Polish History and Nation and History (Google Books, p. 454); and by Raymond Leslie Buell in Poland: Key to Europe (Google Books, p. 68: "The Polish Kingdom... was merely a pawn [of Germany]").
  2. ^ A State of Nations: Empire and Nation-Making in the Age of Lenin and Stalin by Ronald Grigor Suny, and Terry Martin, Oxford University Press 2001, page 126: "To wall off this space, German planners discussed establishing an ethnically cleansed border strip in Poland, cleared of all Slavs and settled by ethnic Germans. Ober Ost officials deported large segments of the local population"