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Dabrowski's Mazurka
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Conflict

Pre-World War III

Date

1981

Combatants

Poland

Solidarnosc

Commanders

Wojciech Jaruzelski

Lech Wałęsa

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Casualties

The uprising in Poland, codenamed Operation Dabrowski's Mazurka, was a conflict in Poland between the NATO-supported Solidarnosc and the Polish military.

Fearing the raising popularity of free union Solidarnosc, Polish head of state general Jaruzelski orders martial law in Poland. And when miners from the Wujek mines in Katowice answer the Martial Law by a strike, paramilitary militias and army units are sent there to bring them back by force into submission.

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  • Polish national anthem Dabrowski's Mazurka (Mazurek Dąbrowskiego) starts with words: Poland Is Not Yet Lost, which are also used as it's non-official tittle.

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