Between the Nazi occupation and the anti-Communist revolution of 1956, Poland underwent twelve years of Stalinist rule. Using recently-opened archives, historians and social scientists from four countries give the first analysis of the rise and fall of this system. They show the strengths and weaknesses of the Stalinist project for Poland and explore its ambiguous reception by society.
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