Poland: Reflections On a New World

Neuhaus, Richard John
February 1994
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Feb1994, Issue 40, p19
Highlights the transition of Poland after its freedom from communism under the Russians. Description of the national capital Warsaw under the communism period; Problems encountered by the country after achieving its freedom, including the fragmentation of the liberal democrats party; Existence of death and martyrdom in the country.


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