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        Poznan Trial | The Cold War | The 20th Century Since 1945: Postwar Politics

        Guards sitting in a courtroom with some of the youths accused of storming the prison and a militia post during an anti-Communist uprising in Poznan, Poland, 27th September 1956. The unrest in Poznan began with a spontaneous strike on 28th June 1956 and developed into three days of rioting, which was met with violent repression and several hundred arrests.

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