2014
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Abstract: This article presents issues concerning the functioning of Polish Socialist Party in the Rzeszów Province area in the period immediately after the Second World War. After the Second World War, due to the changes in Polish eastern border, a new province was created. It was formed out of the terrains of former Lwów and Cracow Province. Unexpectedly, Rzeszow became a new seat of administrative authorities in that region. In the traditional conservative society of the southeast Poland, after the Second World War, … Show more

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