The Polish Of The Soviet Union

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The Polish people had been taken advantage of, since before World War II, when the Nazi’s invaded, took over, and then killed around 6 million Jews, the majority of them having lived in Poland. After World War II, the Soviet Union seized the opportunity and took over.When the Soviet Union suppressed labor unions to gain power, protests arose from the Polish workers, leading to Polish independence and the first elected Polish president. Of the two sources evaluated, one was primary and one was secondary. Both looked at for origin, purpose, values, and limitations. In the primary source: This newspaper article was originally written in Warsaw, Poland, and then transferred over to New York, and then published in the New York Times. It was…show more content…
The Soviet Union was probably not happy about this piece because it was basically telling them to get out! The author is taking the Polish people 's point of view. By knowing this, it probably shows that he/she lives in Poland, and doesn 't like/agree with how the Soviet Union is running the Polish people/government. This article is biased towards the Polish people, and against the Soviet Union. This article leaves out many years of history that came before it. It cannot be known how long the Soviet Union has been in Poland. Have they done any good/bad for the government? One could verify the content in this piece by going to a New York Times archive and looking up the Newspaper for Wednesday, October 9, 1991 and then looking for page A8 then go all the way to the bottom of the right side and look for the article title: 'Soviet Union Agrees to Pull Out of Poland '. In the secondary source: ABC Clio Solutions created this website. This document exists to inform people about Lech Walesa, the first Polish President. The intended audience is students and educators around the world. One can tell, the author has done a good amount of research to write all that they know about Lech Walesa. The author doesn 't have a particular side in this piece of writing. This piece is biased towards what he felt during his
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