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If you've ever read anything I've written on the subject of Polish surnames, you've surely seen me refer to the Slownik nazwisk wspolczesnie w Polsce uzywanych , literally "Dictionary of Surnames Currently Used in Poland. It gave a total of all Poles by each name, along with a breakdown of where they lived by province. So if you want to know what names were borne by Poles, and where those names were most common, this volume set tells you. It runs over 6, pages and covers over , surnames a huge number of which, however, were either misspelled versions of other names, or extremely rare; so the actual number of "real" names is considerably smaller. This is not exactly light reading -- but for someone seriously interested in Polish research, it definitely has its uses. When I cite data from this work, people often ask "Where can I get hold of this book?
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