Wojsko jako internowanie

Formy represji w czasie stanu wojennego 1982-1983 wobec działaczy opozycji antykomunistycznej umieszczonych w wojskowych obozach specjalnych. Cz. I


  • Elwira Brodecka



Słowa kluczowe:

martial law in Poland in the years 1981-1983, military special camps, repression of the martial law, NSZZ Solidarity, anticommunist activity, Brzeg, Budowo, Chełmno on the Vistula River, Czarne


The Army as Internment: Forms of the Repression During the Martial Law in the Years 1982-1983 Against Activists of the Anticommunist Opposition Placed in Military Special Camps (Part I)

The work focuses its issues on one of the repression forms used in the martial law introduced on 13th December 1981 to pacify the society which tried to change the fossilised communist system through activity in the Independent Self-Governing Trade Union “Solidarity”. It was not a new solution in the Polish People’s Republic – just after the Second World War the communist authority drafted into “alternative military service” opponents of sovietisation of the country, directing them to forced labour in mines. Fearing a social rebellion before the second anniversary of the independent trade union registration, communist authorities interned in military special camps, functioning in Poland from 5 November 1982 to 3 February 1983, 1450 trade union activists and members of the political parties unaccepted by communists. 264 younger colleagues of these people were drafted into the basic military service lasting two years in three units intended for this purpose.

Biogram autora

Elwira Brodecka

Absolwentka historii UJ, zainteresowania badawcze: historia Polski XX wieku, obecnie zajmuje się ekonomią.




Jak cytować

Brodecka, Elwira. 2018. „Wojsko Jako Internowanie: Formy Represji W Czasie Stanu Wojennego 1982-1983 Wobec działaczy Opozycji Antykomunistycznej Umieszczonych W Wojskowych Obozach Specjalnych. Cz. I”. Sowiniec 29 (52):73-100. https://doi.org/10.12797/Sowiniec.29.2018.52.04.