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A 1981 file photo of Lech Walesa, the founder of the Solidarity movement in Poland. (UPI Photo/Files)
Location: Warsaw, , POLAND
Post Date: Aug 4, 2022 4:59 PM
TAG ID: upiphotostwo875160 (RM)
Credit: UPI/Newscom
Format: 1361 x 2000 Color JPEG
Special: Date is approximate
Keywords: Lech Wales, President of the Republic of Poland, 2nd President of the Third Republic, In office December 1990 � December 1995, Born September 29-1943, 1943-09-29, Spouse Danuta Walesa, Profession Electrician, Religion Roman Catholic, Polish politician, former trade union activist, human rights activist, co-founded Solidarity, the Soviet bloc's first independent trade union, Nobel Peace Prize 1983, worked in Lenin Shipyard in Gdansk, Danuta Golos, eight children, illegal strike committee, Gdansk Shipyard, arrested, prison, organized the illegal underground Free Trade Union of Pomerania, arrested several times, anti-state, organization, 1980 occupational strike, leader of strike, organized and led the Citizenship Committee of the Chairman of S, a kind of a political party, won parliament elections in 1989, key role in Polish politics, first non-head of state to address a joint meeting of Congress o, won presidential election, war at the top, 2001 Pacem in Terris Award, 2006 quits Solidarity
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