Speeches, writings, interview transcripts, correspondence, notes, printed matter, photographs, and videotapes, relating to
political conditions in Poland and to the transition from communist to post-communist government.
General Czeslaw Kiszczak was the last communist Prime Minister of Poland. He played an important role in the 1981 implementation
of martial law in Poland. He was also known for taking part in suppressing the Solidarity movement in Poland. Kiszczak was
Poland’s last communist leader before the country’s transition to democracy. He died in Warsaw on 5 November 2015.
23 manuscript boxes, 8 oversize boxes
(19.5 linear feet)
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