Komunistyczna Partia Zachodniej Ukrainy i tzw. proces łucki

  1. Łukasz Bojko ORCiD: 0000-0001-9851-2757lukasz.bojko88@wp.pl

Abstract

 

COMMUNIST PARTY OF WESTERN UKRAINE AND THE SO-CALLED LUCK TRIAL

Communist Party of Poland (KPP), operating within the territory of the Second Polish Republic, displayed strong racially-motivated separatist tendencies, which lead to the creation of the Commu­nist Party of Western Ukraine (KPZU) — an autonomous movement operating within the KPP struc­tures. In the mid-thirties of 20th century KPZU activists were put in the dock in the so-called Luck trial, the most prominent trial of communists in pre-war Poland. Drawing mainly upon court records, the author presents the history of this marginal political party and describes the Luck trial.

 

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Studia nad Autorytaryzmem i Totalitaryzmem

38, 2016, nr 3

Pages from 101 to 113

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