TITLE

Tsensuur kommunistlikus Poola Rahvavabariigis

AUTHOR(S)
Strządała, Gaweł
PUB. DATE
April 2013
SOURCE
Maetagused;2013, Issue 53, p77
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article discusses the topic of censorship in the communist Poland. It presents a description of the functioning of the office of censorship (Main Office for the Control of Presentations and Public Performances; Główny Urzęd Kontroli Prasy, Publikacji i Widowisk) as well as other forms of informal influence on the authors working for public publishing houses. The underground publications suppressed during the Stalin era as well as difficulties encountered by Polish historians after 1956 will be the subject of the analysis. Furthermore, the article indicates the complementary role of the underground publishers after 1970. These publishing houses had a significant impact on the birth of political opposition in the communist Poland.
ACCESSION #
87663193

 

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