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367 bibliography Primary Source Collections Records of the Polish United Workers’ Party; Archiwum Akt Nowych, Warsaw, Poland Records of the American Department (Dept. III); Archive of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Warsaw, Poland Samizdat and Underground Publications; Achiwum Opozycji, KARTA Foundation, Warsaw, Poland Miedzyszyn Collection; Institute of Political Studies PAN, Warsaw, Poland Public Opinion Research; Center for Public Opinion Research, Warsaw, Poland Security Services Files; Institute of National Remembrance, Warsaw, Poland Various Poland-related Collections; Hoover Institution Library and Archives, Palo Alto, California End of the Cold War and Soviet Flashpoints—Polish Crisis Collections; National Security Archive, Washington, D.C. 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9781469618531
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9781469618517
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OCLC
886523798
Pages
480
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2014-08-23
Language
English
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