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9639241164
Author:
Hanna Diskin
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English
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Central European University Press (June 1, 2001)
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338 pages
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Religion and politics in the Poland of Wyszynski and Gomulka. Indeed, there is evidence that the seeds of the division are to be found at the very foundation of the Church in 1843.

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The Seeds of Triumph: Church and State in Gomulka's Poland. New York: Central European University Press, 2001. Recommend this journal.

Seeds of Triumph book. A comprehensive book on the opposition of Church and State in post-war Poland, compares the characteristics and consequences of this relationship during three different periods: the first and second periods of Gomulka's rule, and the Stalinist era between the two Gomulka periods.

Since the late 1970s she has focused on the opposition movement in Poland, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia. She is currently specializing in European integration in the post-1989 period.

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The Seeds of Triumph. Church and State in Gomulka's Poland. Published June 1, 2001 by Central European University Press.

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Hanna Diskin, The Seeds of Triumph: Church and State in Gomulka’s Poland (Budapest, 2001). Stefan Rosada and Jozef Gwoźdź, Church and State in Poland, in Church and State Behind the Iron Curtain, ed. 9. Jacek Wasilewski and Edmund Wnuk-Lipiński, Poland: Winding Road from the Communist to the rity Elite, Theory and Society 24, no. 5 (1995): 675. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 10. Vladimir Gsovski (Westport, CN, 1973), 168–90.

Published: Budapest ; Central European University Press, 2001.

2001) The seeds of triumph :church and state in Gomułka's Poland Budapest ; Central European University Press, MLA Citation. The Seeds Of Triumph: Church And State In Gomułka's Poland. Budapest : Central European University Press, 2001. These citations may not conform precisely to your selected citation style. Please use this display as a guideline and modify as needed. From: To: Optional Message: You must be logged in to Tag Records. The seeds of triumph : church and state in Gomułka's Poland /. Hanna Diskin. Published: Budapest ; Central European University Press, 2001.

A comprehensive book on the opposition of Church and State in post-war Poland, compares the characteristics and consequences of this relationship during three different periods: the first and second periods of Gomulka's rule, and the Stalinist era between the two Gomulka periods. In examining the regime's policies, she covers the legal background, the general policy characteristics, the specific policies implemented during the period, and the role of the individual actors, most notably the pivotal role of the two main protagonists, Cardinal Wyszynski and Wladislaw Gomulka. Against this background, a Polish pope appeared and made a major contribution to the collapse of communism.