Correspondence, writings, and printed matter, relating to political conditions in Poland, Polish foreign relations, and international
relations in general.
Edmund Osmańczyk (1913-1989) was a Polish journalist, writer, politician, and Silesian activist. He served as parliamentary
deputy from 1952 to 1961 and 1969 to 1985. His life was rather atypical for his generation of Polish intellectuals; unlike
most others, who were either killed or had to leave the country, he survived the war and forty-five years of communism, and
died in free Poland.
84 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box
(34 linear feet)
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