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2012 | 15 | 2(30) | 99-114
Article title

Od „zamku” do Gomułki. Postawa i działalność Zygmunta Kotowicza, redaktora emigracyjnego „Głosu Powszechnego”

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FROM ‘THE CASTLE’ TO GOMUŁKA: THE LIFE AND POLITICS OF ZYGMUNT KOTOWICZ, EDITOR OF THE ÉMIGRÉ GŁOS POWSZECHNY
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This article examines the activities and the politics of Zygmunt Kotwicz, editor of the émigré Głos Powszechny. The weekly was published in London in 1955–1958. At first it was an organ of the ‘Castle’ (a faction led by President-in-Exile August Zaleski). Fascinated by the 1956 ‘thaw’ in Poland, Kotowicz shifted the editorial line of Głos Powszechny. Early next year he became enmeshed with the Polish secret service, which began to provide covert funds for his paper. In May 1959 Kotowicz returned to Poland
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15
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99-114
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  • Instytut Historii Uniwersytet Opolski ul. Strzelców Bytomskich 2 PL 45-084 Opole
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Publication order reference
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