Poland on the road to revolutionary crisis by J. Bratkovski

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Statementby J. Bratkovski.
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The Polish Crisis. The following is a resolution adopted by the 34th National Convention of the Socialist Labor Party, June 9, During the summer of a series of events took Poland on the road to revolutionary crisis book in Poland, starting with a strike of shipyard workers in Gdansk, which released revolutionary energies that had been pent up for decades and which were to leave an indelible mark upon the history of the.

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