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Solidarity and its impact on Communism in Poland Communist ideology comes from Marxist-Leninist philosophy that was started in Russia because of a workers revolution The revolution in Russia led to the workers controlling the economy ultimately leading to a classless society with no discrimination against age sex race or sexual orientation The rise and fall of Solidarnosc In this society there was public ownership of the means of production meaning that everyone who worked was an employee and an owner at the same time Korab-Karpowicz The Bolsheviks had always planned to introduce communism to Poland because worldwide revolution was also fundamental to their communist ideology From January of 1947 when communists in Poland won a rigged election until January 1989 when Solidarity candidates win all but one seat open for contestation Poland was under strict communist rule For approximately 47 years Poland like many countries in Eastern Europe was under the direct influence of the Soviet Union The formation of the Solidarity Solidarnosc movement played a vital role in the overthrowing of Communism in Poland making the Polish people the first to free themselves from the Soviet Unions stranglehold Communism in Poland was different to that of Russia and many other European countries Firstly it was imposed upon the people by force There was no revolution sparking the need for a classless society there was no social upheaval The Red Army Soviet troops on Stalins orders invaded Poland after the battle of Stalingrad November 1942 - January 1943 reinstating communist organizations and institutions Wrobel After the end of World War II the Yalta Conference 4-11 February 1945 took place and was attended by Winston Churchill Franklin D Roosevelt and by Joseph Stalin Poland was one of the main issues at this conference and it was decided that free parliamentary elections should take place Wrobel Despite the agreements made at the Yalta conference by Stalin he already had control of Poland therefore he did not take
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