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Title: Судьбы бывших членов КПЗБ после сентября 1939 года: Юлиан Сакович – путь от коммуниста до белорусского националиста
Other Titles: Losy byłych członków KPZB po wrześniu 1939 roku: Julian Sakowicz – droga od komunisty do białoruskiego nacjonalisty
The fate of former members of the Communist Party of Western Belarus after September 1939: Julian Sakovich – from a communist to a Belarusian nationalist
Authors: Ilin, A.
Keywords: Юлиан­ Сакович
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: Ilin, A. Судьбы бывших членов КПЗБ после сентября 1939 года: Юлиан Сакович – путь от коммуниста до белорусского националиста / А. Ilin // Wrocławskie Studia Wschodnie : научный журнал. - 2013. - № 17. - S. 237-249.
Abstract: In the article the author examines an issue that has not been investigated so far, namely the attitude, between late 1939 and early 1941, of the party and state leadership in the BSSR and the USSR to former members of the Communist Party of Western Belarus, who were regarded as politically unreliable and were in practice not allowed to hold any important positions in state and party institutions. The author examines this policy of the communist party, using as an example the life and party work of a well-known activist of the CPWB, Julian Sakvich (1906-1943), who spent many years in Polish prisons and in the concentration camp at Bereza Kartuska and, following Soviet repressions during World War II, became a well-known activist of the Belarusian national movement. The documents referred to in the article deal with Julian Sakovich's stay in the Bereza Kartuska camp.
URI: https://rep.polessu.by/handle/123456789/21397
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