Polish United Workers

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  • Not a single family member has ever joined the Polish United Workers' Party.
  • He was central committee secretary of the Polish United Workers' party.
  • He was considered the official ideologue of the Polish United Workers' Party.
  • Member of the Polish United Workers Party, he supported the party's line in communist-era Poland.
  • The Polish United Workers' Party became the dominant political party, officially making the country a Communist state.
  • He also made a living as member of the KW regional committee of the Polish United Workers' Party.
  • This was due partially to his involvement with the Polish United Workers' Party, of which he was an active member.
  • At first, the newspaper was part of a publishing conglomerate owned by the Polish United Workers' Party.
  • She stood as a candidate in Gliwice district on behalf of the Polish United Workers' Party.
  • This changed when Edward Gierek, a new leader of the Polish United Workers' Party, came to power.
  • In 1953, he was dismissed for political reasons: he never joined the Polish United Workers' Party.
  • He remained a member of Polish United Workers' Party from 1973 until its end in 1990.
  • The party was the main of the two successor parties to the Polish United Workers Party (PZPR).
  • In fact the real aim was: to fight the Communist regime of the Polish United Workers' Party by legal means.
  • The same year, he left his membership of the Political Bureau of the Polish United Workers Party and the Central Committee.
  • Department 10 conducted surveillance of high-ranking members of the Polish United Workers' Party and people associated with them.
  • She joined the Polish United Workers' Party shortly after her arrival, and letters she wrote late in her life express admiration for the general in power under martial law.
  • He was a member of the Politburo of the Polish United Workers' party to which he joined in 1955.
  • Later he joined the Polish Workers' Party and Polish United Workers' Party, in which he eventually became the member of its Central Committee.
  • Real power rested with the Polish United Workers' Party (PZPR), its Central Committee and its secretary general/first secretary.
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