SHIPYARD

SHIPYARD

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In August 1980, after the firing of popular shipyard worker, Anna Walentynowicz, a strike broke out at Shipyard in Gdańsk. Suddenly this massive complex on the Polish coast, with 16,000 employees, was under worker occupation, and every day other workplaces in Gdańsk and around the country started joining in.

How did a shipyard become a focal point for the battle for freedom and democracy? Find out in the latest episode of Stories From The Eastern West.

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