Gomulka


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Gomulka

Władysław . 1905--82, Polish statesman; first secretary of the Polish Communist Party (1956--70)
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But Eastern Europe does not simply lack the will to welcome migrants; it is actively opposed to doing so, in line with Wladyslaw Gomulka's maxim that countries are built on national lines, not multinational ones.
Tanto Furet como Judt destacan que lo que desencadeno la reaccion represiva sovietica fue menos la puesta en cuestion de las bases socialistas del regimen o incluso la salida de Hungria del Pacto de Varsovia, que el abandono del partido hungaro del monopolio del poder, el fin de su papel protagonico--algo que en Polonia, Wladislaw Gomulka (1905-1982) se cuido bien de conservar--.
Gomulka, "Analysis forming the diameter reduction of the tube to the cylinder hydraulic shock absorber," Journal of KONES, vol.
In the 1950s and 1960s, the Soviets intervened in Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia supposedly to save the local regimes against "enemies of Socialism." Wladyslaw Gomulka in Poland, Janos Kadar in Hungry and Alexander Dubcek in Czechoslovakia were first saved and then dumped.
The first obvious signs of unrest occurred in Poland, where several riots broke out in June 1956, imposing a series of claims and reforms: the Polish Communist Party called for a reinstatement of the purged Wladislaw Gomulka as head of the party; the dissolution of organized collective agricultural farms; higher privileges for the Catholic Church; the overall reduction in the intensity of state control, etc.
In June, Polish citizens were the first eastern-bloc people to riot against their Stalinists, and by the fall had a new revisionist government under Wladyslaw Gomulka. But when the Hungarians had their 'revolution', Russian tanks rolled into Budapest and crushed it.
(41) Military Review, "Saving Military Families," by Captain (Navy) Gene Thomas Gomulka, January-February 2010.
Reisch also describes the great deal of thought Minden and the CIA gave in determining the types of books and publications that were selected specifically for each country based on changing political situations (the temporary relaxation of controls in Poland under Gomulka in 1956 and the crackdowns on intellectuals and dissidents in 1968; the Prague Spring in 1968; the Hungarian revolt of 1956; the ups and downs in Romania under Ceausescu; and the very strict censorship in Bulgaria).
Before the year was out, the Polish party had elevated Wladyslaw Gomulka, a "national communist," to the position of party first secretary; by affirming loyalty to the Soviet Union, he managed to forestall a Red Army intervention.
The Eastern European branch is easily the most interesting and numerous, counting among them the wives of Stalin, Molotov, Kliment Voroshilov (a major military figure), Nikolai Bukharin (liquidated by Stalin in the last show-trial in 1938), Oscar Gomulka, once the head of Communist Poland, and who can forget the lifelong love of pre-WWII King Carol of Romania, Magda Lupescu (Elena Wolff in Yiddish)?
Professor Kula remembers by name party leader Mieczyslaw Moczar, the Soviet "scientist" Trofim Lysenko, Marxist indoctrinator Adam Schaff [portrayed by Czeslaw Milosz in The Captive Mind, Ed.], party leader Wladyslaw Gomulka, the so-called revisionist Marxism, Marxist propaganda and society's jokes about it, as well as the so-called volks-dozents (my recollection is that they were called "March dozents").
The decomposition of binary variable models was proposed for the first time by Gomulka and Stern (1990), who used a probit model in order to determine what factors accounted for the increase in the employment rate of married women in the UK.