A study of the warfare of Poland and the Baltic republics. It examines the tragic military history of some of the most ancient peoples remaining in Europe. The book is part of a series written as individual studies of the armed forces of each nation, not as comparisons of their operations to those of the United States or any other country. Thus, the viewpoint and terminology used are those of the nation described in each volume. The topics covered include: Polish Empire; Ukrainian War; Russo-Polish War; Polish Campaign; Lithuanian Empire; Soviet and German occupations; Latvian Civil War; Republic of Latvia; Latvians in WWII; Estonia and the Russian Revolution; the Republic of Estonia; and the Soviet occupation.