Trybuna Ludu


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Trybuna Ludu

 

(The People’s Tribune), a daily newspaper and an organ of the Central Committee of the Polish United Workers’ Party. The newspaper was first published in Warsaw on Dec. 16,1948. Circulation, about 1,000,000 (1978).

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Representative press titles in 1975 and 2005 1975 Dookola Swiata [Around the World] Kulisy [Backstage] Kultura [Culture] Panorama [Panorama] Perspektywy [Perspectives] Polityka [Politics] Przekroj [Cross-section] Trybuna Ludu [Tribune of the People] Tygodnik Powszechny [General Weekly] 2005 Gazeta Wyborcza [Electoral Daily] Polityka [Politics] Tygodnik Powszechny [General Weekly] Gosc Niedzielny [Sunday's Guest] Przekroj [Cross-section] Wprost [Direct] Newsweek Rzeczpospolita [Republic Daily] Przeglad [Review] Chart 1.
Crucially, the grounds for architectural change had been set somewhat earlier in 1954, when Khrushchev--then first secretary of the Communist Party of Soviet Union--launched an attack on Socialist Realism at the Moscow Conference for the Building Industry (a statement that was published in Trybuna Ludu in extracts within days of its publication in Pravda and Izvestiia and in the Polish architectural press in January 1955).
80) The reformist Central Committee member Stefan Morawski, writing in Trybuna Ludu in 1958, acknowledged that Polish intellectual life needed exposure to forms of experimentation, "the normal requirements of artistic development.
Gomulka's supporters, particularly General Mieczyslaw Moczar's violent anti-Semitic veteran's association ZBoWiD, Piasecki's 'Catholic' front organization Pax, the Pax newspaper Slowo Powszechne, the army newspaper Zolnierz Wolnosci, and the Party paper Trybuna Ludu had been fighting a long slow battle against the revisionist gains of 1956.
Michnik climbed up onto a car and, quoting a recent description of him in Trybuna Ludu, shouted: 'My name is Adam Michnik: I am an anti-socialist element'.
This applies both to Trybuna, the heir of the official Communist Party newspaper Trybuna Ludu and to the child of the 1989 "Spring of the Nation," the largest circulation national newspaper, Gazeta Wyborcza
The Polish Trybuna Ludu dropped Ludu ("of the People") and stopped being the paper of the Polish Communist Party's Politburo.
In 1961, still in disgrace and outside the favour of the Party, he had to undergo surgery to remove the upper lobe of his right lung as a result of tuberculosis, but was refused permission to go to France for a rest cure until Leon Kasman, the supposedly 'inflexible' hardline editor in chief of Trybuna Ludu (Tribune of the People) and member of the Party Central Committee, intervened on his behalf.
The extent of the party's bewilderment may be gathered from the debate over its future now carried on in Trybuna Ludu, its official organ.
Gomulka's supporters, particularly Moczar's violent anti-Semitic veteran's association ZBoWiD, Piasecki's 'Catholic' front oganization Pax, Pax's Stowo Powszechne, the army newspaper Zotnierz Wolnosci, and the Party paper Trybuna Ludu characterized rewizjonizm as a Zionist plot to overthrow Gomulka and bring down Poland.
Trybuna Ludu, the party paper, was publishing daily poison-pen portraits of key Solidarity figures and all sorts of statements ruling out union pluralism.
Hewas executed as a deserter," declared Trybuna Ludu, the Communist Partyhs daily newspaper on March 30, 1986.