Poland, RIP

January 1983
National Review;1/21/1983, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p19
The article examines the demise of Solidarity in Poland. It chronicles the Soviet Union's invasion of Poland, the operation masterminded by Yuri Andropov, head of the KGB. Lech Walesa and other Polish leaders were seized, dissidents were isolated and Pope John Paul II was shot. Walesa managed to smuggle to the West a speech he knew he would be prevented from delivering inside Poland.


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