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2008 | 1 | 61-69
Article title

THE UNTYPICAL POLISH MONTH OF MARCH

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Despite significant progress of pertinent research, the events of March 1968 continue to a large extent to be the stuff of myths. Regardless of the publication of the extensive and well-documented monograph by J. Eisler, they are still perceived from the central, Warsaw-based perspective, while knowledge about the 'provincial' March remains slight. Although researchers concur in their descriptions (albeit not always assessments) of, e.g., the mechanisms decisive for the so-called anti-Zionist campaign, have relatively well recreated the course of the student protest, and recognised the thesis about the generational character of the protests, there still remain certain domains which call for further in-depth studies of source material and the posing of new questions. They include solidarity campaigns conducted in secondary schools, the consequences of March '68 in schools of higher learning, or the verbalisation of protests in the provinces.
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  • W. Suleja, Instytut Pamieci Narodowej we Wroclawiu, Wroclaw, Poland
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08PLAAAA04708967
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