Anti-communist resistance in Poland

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Anti-communist resistance in Poland can be divided into two types: the armed partisan struggle, mostly led by former Armia Krajowa and Narodowe Siły Zbrojne soldiers, which ended in the late 1950s (see cursed soldiers), and the non-violent, civil-resistance struggle that culminated in the creation and victory of the Solidarity trade union.

Armed resistance[edit]

Main article: Cursed soldiers

Civil resistance[edit]

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