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Jaruzelski in 1981
Jaruzelski in 1981
Jaruzelski in 1968
Jaruzelski in 1968
Jaruzelski (right) with Fidel Castro (left) in Poland, May 1972
Jaruzelski (right) with Fidel Castro (left) in Poland, May 1972
Jaruzelski in a television studio, preparing to announce the imposition of martial law, 1981
Jaruzelski in a television studio, preparing to announce the imposition of martial law, 1981
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Poland's fate was heavily discussed at the Yalta Conference in February 1945. Joseph Stalin, whose Red Army occupied the entire country, presented sev
Poland's fate was heavily discussed at the Yalta Conference in February 1945. Joseph Stalin, whose Red Army occupied the entire country, presented several alternatives which granted Poland industrialized territories in the west whilst the Red Army simultaneously permanently annexed Polish territories in the east, resulting in Poland losing over 20% of its pre-war borders. Stalin then imposed upon Poland a puppet communist government following the war, forcibly bringing the nation into the
A propaganda poster enhancing to vote for Communist policies in the "Three Times Yes" 1946 referendum
A propaganda poster enhancing to vote for Communist policies in the "Three Times Yes" 1946 referendum
Draft of Constitution of the Polish People's Republic (Russian version) with Stalin's remarks, 1952
Draft of Constitution of the Polish People's Republic (Russian version) with Stalin's remarks, 1952
The 1970 Polish protests were put down by the communist authorities and Milicja Obywatelska. The riots resulted in the deaths of 42 people and over 1,
The 1970 Polish protests were put down by the communist authorities and Milicja Obywatelska. The riots resulted in the deaths of 42 people and over 1,000 injured.