Pictures from the History of Poland, 1980–1981
An exhibition from April 24 – May 3, 2012
Admission is free and open to the public.
Hesburgh Library Hours
The exhibition was prepared to commemorate 30th anniversary of the birth of the Solidarity Movement. It presents the important events from the strikes of August 1980 to the imposition of Martial Law in December 1981. The exhibit also depicts the path which led to the Solidarity Trade Union’s establishment, its relations with the communist regime and the attitude of society towards the Trade Union within the context of the most important political, social and economic events of Poland.
The exhibition was created by the Public Education Office of the Institute of National Remembrance in Poland.
Sponsored by the Nanovic Institute for European Studies, with support from Mikolaj Kunicki, assistant professor of European History, and the Notre Dame Polish Club.