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The history of Solidarity, a Polish non-governmental trade union, began in August 1980 at the Lenin Shipyards (now Gda sk Shipyards) where it was founded by Lech Wa sa and others. In the early 1980s, it became the first independent labor union in a Soviet-bloc country. Solidarity gave rise to a broad anti-communist nonviolent social movement that, at its height, united some 10 million members and vastly contributed to the fall of communism. Poland's communist government attempted to destroy the union by instituting martial law in 1981, followed by several years of political repression, but in the end was forced to begin negotiating with the union. The Roundtable Talks between the government and the Solidarity-led opposition resulted in semi-free elections in 1989

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Uitgever Frederic P. Miller

Uitgever Agnes F. Vandome

Uitgever John McBrewster

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DUIN 3ND5786TTHA

GTIN 9786130261269

Taal Engels

Pagina-aantallen 264

Product type Paperback

History of Solidarity

Frederic P. Miller

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