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Northern (N): Poland (NP). Administration of Justice

1958

A file of correspondence and press material concerning legal developments in Poland. The documents discuss the introduction of a new law by the Polish government increasing the minimum penalties for the "theft, embezzlement, or destruction of 'social property'"; and the view of a Polish lawyer that this law contains "extremely severe regulations which are shocking to a lawyer used to traditional legal sentences". The documents also cover the intention of the Polish government to improve the "professional and moral standards" of those working for the Polish Prosecutor General. Other documents include an article published in Trybuna Ludu covering the trial of a former Gestapo officer in Kraków.
crime poland law trials legal reform judiciary Polish press Trybuna Ludu Second World War Aftermath Populations and Social Policy Polish government former Nazis
Collection ID
FO371
Department Reference
Code NP file 1641
Document Type
Correspondence Press and Media
File Reference
FO 371/135120
Identifier
10.1080/cwee.fo371.135120
Pages
9
Published in
United Kingdom
Subject Countries
Poland
Themes
Populations and Social Policy Second World War Aftermath

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