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Polish contacts with the Caucasus region one date back to the late Middle Ages, and intensified in the period of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth's greatness, as it sought allies in that region in the fight against Turkey. After the partition of Poland in the 19th century a large group of Poles -several hundred thousand strong -was exiled to Caucasus. They were political exiles and soldiers serving in the Russian army, and later civilians of various professions. Their fates become at firstdoi:10.15804/npw2014206 fatcat:ii72ndfx5jaf3ewjnntgbztftu