Służba Bezpieczeństwa wobec środowisk narodowych w latach 1956-1959
The actions of Polish Security Service towards nationalist circles 1956-1959
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The political changes in the People’s Republic of Poland after 1956 meant the symbolic end of so called Stalinism. The methods of communists used in a struggle against some independent circles and pre–war political activists changed. The Security Service introduced some new forms of surveillance of nationalist circles which were inspired by the biggest political camp of the Second Polish Republic – National Democracy. The main priority of those actions was to organise as big spy network as possible. The Security Service was also monitoring the activities of some legal nationalists groups. In 1961, court of law in Warsaw sentenced several young nationalist activists who had started a secret organization called National-Democratic League. Some of them were sentenced to 2 years in prison.
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