Here All Is Poland: A Pantheonic History of Wawel, 1787-2010, marks an important contribution to the scholarship on the history of modern Polish identities and national myth-making, and it provides us with rich examples of how Polish national memories are imagined, constructed, and contested. This is a very readable and richly detailed book.
Petro Andreas Nungovitch's Here All Is Poland: A Pantheonic History of Wawel, 1787-2010 is a welcome contribution to the list of scholarly studies of Polish nationhood from the Partitions to the present. This elegantly written and detailed study brings the unfolding history of "Wawel's pantheonic burial tradition" as well as existing Polish-language scholarship on Wawel to an English language audience.
This volume gives a detailed account of the ways in which the tombs beneath Wawel Cathedral have become a pantheon of legendary heroes of Poland in the period under discussion.