30 January 1995 THE APPOINTMENT OF “superspy” Marian Zacharski to head civilian intelligence in the State Security Office (UOP) on 12 August 1994 – and his resignation only five days later – offered the year’s best illustration of the still divisive impact of Poland’s inheritance from the Polish People’s Republic (PRL). As the poet Zbigniew […]

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