Reports, memoranda, and statistical data, relating to administration of the government of Poland.
During 1944-1989, the highest authority in Poland rested in the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Polish United
Workers' Party. The Rada Ministrów (Council of Ministers), comprised of top party functionaries, administered the country
by implementing the directives of the party in all areas of political, economic, social and cultural life. The Council of
Ministers' archives, therefore, consists of the records of the government of Poland.
circa 416,000 digital files
(80.9 GigaBytes; several hundred compact discs and 0.5 linear feet of printed matter in 7 manuscript boxes)
Copyright in the database, including the document descriptions, is held by InfoProject Sp.z o.o, Poznań, Poland. For copyright
status of other parts of the collection, please contact the Hoover Institution Archives.
Collection is open for research.