Polish Washington: United States Government

Many U.S. Government agencies have ties with their equivalent offices in Poland. The list below has not been updated since the 1990s. If you have a story to share about how your office interacts with its partners in Poland or how you and your co-workers participated in Poland's transition to democracy and free-market system, please contact the webmaster.

Library of Congress

The Polish Collections at the Library of Congress, by Ronald Bachman, Polish Area Specialist

Independent Press in Poland The Independent Press in Poland 1976-1990: Holdings in the European Division of the Library of Congress, compiled by Zbigniew Kantorosinski (1991) and updated by Wieslawa Kostrzewa-Zorbas (1995), Ronald D. Bachman (1996) and Agnes T. Rzeszotarski (1997)

Records from the Central Military Archives in Warsaw - microfilmed in cooperation with U.S. Department of Defense and held for public access at the Library of Congress

Poland - A Country Study, with a search facility, good for historical research. Prepared in 1992 by the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress under the Country Studies/Area Handbook Program sponsored by the Department of the Army.

Peace Corps

Home Page

United States Department of Commerce

U.S. Commercial Services logo U.S. Commercial Service at the American Embassy in Warsaw

United States Department of State

Poland Page

United States Embassy in Warsaw Home Page

United States Department of Energy (DOE)

An Energy Overview of the Republic of Poland, prepared by DOE Office of Fossil Energy

United States Energy Information Administration

Poland Page

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

The World Factbook: Poland Page