An undoubtedly important role in the early post-war management of Żagań county was played by the peasant movement activists. Certainly, the Polish Peasant Movement (Polskie Stronnictwo Ludowe, PSL) had infinitesimal chances of organizational development, compared with the Peasant Movement Stronnictwo Ludowe, SL), because the Polish Workers' Party (Polska Partia Robotnicza, PPR), considering themselves the only authority in this area, made their best to hamper the operations of Mikołajczyk's Polish Peasant Party. ; Indeed, SL was treated instrumentally by PPR, too. The defeat of PSL in the elections stolen by PPR in 1947 figured significantly in the further development of the people's movement: it turned out that having defeated that "centre of independent people's thinking", PPR (later as Polish United Workers' Party- Polska Zjednoczona Partia Robotnicza, PZPR) decided to enslave it. In this situation, in November of 1949, the so-called United Peasant Movement Congress (Kongres Jedności Ruchu Ludowego) was convened at which the United Peasant Movement (Zjednoczone Stronnictwo Ludowe, ZSL) was established and which became a rural promoter of PZPR's programme.
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|Ruch ludowy w powiecie żagańskim w latach 1945-1949 = Peasant movement in Żagań county in 1945-1949||Nov 14, 2019|
Marcinkowski, Tadeusz Siatecki, Alfred (1947 -) Gorzechowski, Grzegorz - red. König, Rita Zwolińska, Grażyna Draguła, Andrzej Werszler, Rafał Wesołowski, Jacek Markiewicz, Czesław Sobkowiak, Czesław (1950 -) Mielczarek, Wojciech Wittbrot, Marek Panajutinis, Panos N. Dobrucki, Krzysztof Wojtyła, Konrad Kistinelis, Spiros Haupe, Agnieszka Krzeszewska- Zmyślony, Barbara Mielczarek, Ewa Mich, Zbigniew Seferis, Jorgos Slaska, Ewa Maria Chadzinikolau, Nikos Łazuka, Władysław Melikidze, Giorgi Vorias, Thodoris Kufel, Sławomir Warszawski, Mieczysław (1950 -) Klejmont, Wacław Makarewicz, Maciej Wakulik, Anna
Szczegóła, Hieronim (1931-)