And so my Poland has found itself again


In Polonia mon amour, the Polish writer, Gustaw Herling-Grudzinski, remembers the events of 1956, recalling the diverse elements that contributed to the implosion of the Soviet system. Focusing particularly on events in Poland, he draws lessons relevant to the present day noting, for example, that the journey from Communism to democracy remains incomplete. And in the case of Italy....

In Polonia mon amour, the Polish writer, Gustaw Herling-Grudzinski, remembers the events of 1956, recalling the diverse elements that contributed to the implosion of the Soviet system. Focusing particularly on events in Poland, he draws lessons relevant to the present day noting, for example, that the journey from Communism to democracy remains incomplete. And in the case of Italy….

 

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