The Polish 'Interpress' Agency 1967-1980. An Outline of Research Issues
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The article presents the origins and outline of activities of the Polish Interpress Agency in the years 1967-1980. The Agency was established as a result of the merger of 'Polonia' Publishing House, Zachodnia Agencja Prasowa (Western Press Agency) and the foreign department of the Agencja Robotnicza ARPRESS (ARPRESS Workers' Agency). It was a press- and information agency that specialised in services for abroad and was the Polish equivalent of the Soviet 'Nowosti' Press Agency. In 1991 it was transformed into the Polish Information Agency (PAI).
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