Since its reemergence on the political scene in 1989, the German minority in Poland has been making headway toward the achievement of full civil rights. But there are still many barriers in the way by TOMASZ KAMUSELLA OPOLE, Poland – Social clubs, dance groups, orchestras, and literary societies have sprung up recently in Poland, organized […]

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