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Published by Published by the London representative of the Polish "Association of Workers" Universities" (Towarzystwo Uniwersytetu Robotniczego) in [London] .
Written in English


  • Socialism -- Poland.,
  • Poland -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesPoland pamphlets
Statementby Patrick J. Dollan.
The Physical Object
Pagination19 p. ;
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16359136M

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Donald Busky provides an in-depth, well referenced, and up to date examination of the history of social democratic parties and governments worldwide from the 19th century reviewing the history of democratic socialism and its rivals as well as defining the various movements, Dr. Busky examines the history and current state of social democratic parties . Poland defied the National Socialists over Danzig, and were crushed. But because they had declared war on the National Socialists, though they had no plan to attack, the National Socialists, in April , invaded Denmark and Norway, and in May, the Low Countries and France.   Most Poles say 'za komuny' (duriing commie times) or 'w PRL-u' (short for the Peoples' Republic). Regardless what the drunken Jews Marx and Engels may have jotted down at their cafe table, Poland experienced 'real socialism', the replacement of the old middle class with the 'red bourgeoisie'. Much hay has been made of late regarding a decades-old debate as to whether Adolf Hitler and the Nazis were socialists. On the face of it, the argument may seem ridiculous. After all, the name of the party was National Socialist German Workers' Party. For some, it should be as simple as that. They called themselves socialists, so they were social.