es, but I'm quite sure that early Polish history isn't taught outside of Poland unless it is somehow interconnected with another country's history. Like the Hanseatic League for example or the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. If you think about it, why should it? Australian history is probably not part of Polish history classes either.
Interestingly though, except when talking about WW2, Poland is never mentioned in history classes in the west as far as I know. Spain, Britain, France and some other old nations, yes ... Poland, no.
So what are you saying?
Well, is early history of Germany taught in Australasia? If Poland history is not taught in history classes about history of Europe on Uni it means that is a poorly prepared and not nonprofessional courses. Anyway lately Universities are mostly interested in propaganda especially on courses classified as Art.