Spring in October: the Story of the Polish Revolution, 1956

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SPRING IN OCTOBER
THE STORY OF THE POLISH REVOLUTION 1956

Konrad Syrop

FREDERICK A. PRAEGER

Publishers

NEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Part 1 - Prelude 1
  • 1 - The Legacy of Hate 3
  • 2 - The Fall of the Polish Beria 20
  • 3 - The Earthquake 30
  • 4 - Black Thursday at Poznan 42
  • 5 - The Struggle Behind The Scenes 55
  • 6- There Could Be Justice 67
  • Part II - Revolution 79
  • 7 - Plot -- Counterplot 81
  • 8- The Day of Decision 89
  • 9 - Gomulka Speaks 98
  • 10 - Storm Over Rokossovsky 111
  • 11 - Communist Heartsearching 123
  • 12 - Spring in October 132
  • Part III - On the Tightrope 147
  • 13 - The Communist And The Cardinal 149
  • 14 - Rokossovsky Goes Home 159
  • 15 - There Shall Be Truth 170
  • 16 - The Test of Popular Vote 179
  • 17 - The Balancing Act 188
  • Chronology of Events 197
  • Index 201
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