Gomulka


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Gomulka

Władysław . 1905--82, Polish statesman; first secretary of the Polish Communist Party (1956--70)
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The KGB head in 1964, Vladimir Semichastnyi, observed that the secrecy surrounding Khrushchev's ouster had offended Walter Ulbricht, Gomulka, and especially the Czechoslovak leader Antonin Novotny--and for good reason, since the latter had recently honored Khrushchev in Prague.
Molotov, Gomulka, Jagan, and the rest were overwhelmingly of middle class origin, but apparently unable to find mates to stand shoulder to shoulder with them politically or intellectually.
138- 142; Andrzej Werblan, "Wladyslaw Gomulka and the Dilemma of Polish Communism", International Political Science Review, Cilt 9, No.
31) The trial and execution of Laszlo Rajk occurred in September 1949; the demotion of Wladyslaw Gomulka in November 1949, and the trial and execution of Traicho Kostov in December 1949.
42) Maria Hirszowicz, 'The Polish Intelligentsia in a Crisis-Ridden Society,' in Gomulka and Polonsky, eds, Polish Paradoxes, Routledge, pp.
Pilch creates a series of sweet, sad, funny, Hrabalian vignettes on the events leading up to the day our adolescent hero, Jerzy, tries to dispatch Wladyslaw Gomulka (then first secretary of the Communist Party in Poland) with the aid of his dad and his dad's best friend, the desperately alcoholic Mr.
While retaining most traditional communist economic and social aims, the regime of First Secretary Wladyslaw Gomulka liberalized Polish internal life.
Durante el periodo comunista, este tipo de diseno se propago en Polonia en los anos sesenta, cuando el Primer Secretario del Partido, Wladyslaw Gomulka, defendia una politica de corte nacionalista (Pelka, 2007:166).
It was much less efficient and much more profligate in its utilization of energy resources and raw materials (see on this Gomulka and Rostowski, 1988).
They had recently succeeded in getting their deposed liberal leader, Wladyslaw Gomulka, returned to power.
Michael Gomulka, defending, said he knew he'd be sent to prison for "phenomenally dangerous driving".
Tambien utilizan variantes de este modelo, entre otros, Atkinson, Gomulka y Stern (1990), Bhalotra y Attfield (1998), Michelini (2001), Parker y Wong (1997), y para Mexico, Valero (2006).