Udział okręgów wojskowych w akcjach rolnych w pierwszych latach po zakończeniu II wojny światowej (1945–1948)
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The article describes the participation of military districts in agricultural campaigns in the first years after ending The Second World War. The main role in these actions played military districts situated in the western and northern Poland, because they included the former German grounds. They were ruined in the result of war and robbery Soviet politics, and also in the considerable part deserted. Polish people began just to arrive on the these grounds, therefore after war was necessary commitment to agricultural works soldiers of the Polish armed forces. They played the important part in the process of the polonization of the northern and western grounds. They also contributed to quicker developing those grounds. The fundamental role in this range played soldiers of Varsovian, Pomeranian, Poznan and Silesian Military Districts. In remaining military districts, the commitment of the army to agricultural works was considerably smaller. The army participated in various agricultural works, for example: sowing, ploughing and harvest, also gave the help military settlers. In the first postwar years the soldiers of the Polish Army also took part in actions connected with collecting of obligatory deliveries, what met with reluctance among the country population. In this operations participated the soldiers of all military districts, but this time – the most difficult task rested on military districts situated in the eastern and southern Poland, where was the strongest support for the Polish independence underground.