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dc.contributor.authorLityński, Adam-
dc.identifier.citationZ Dziejów Prawa, T. 2 (2009), s. 155-172pl_PL
dc.description.abstractOn October 1950, the official body of the Ministry of Justice, a monthly magazine “A Democratic Political Review” changed its name into the “New Law” The change was symptomatic and accurate in the sense that in the second half of 1950 in the organization of the judiciary and judicial law made the law deriving from the Second Republic of Poland replaced with the law enacted in the People's Republic. It happened after a political turn in 1948 out of the inspiration of Moscow in the whole so called socialist camp, that is in Poland after replacing the group of Gomułka by that of Bierut. Poland was fast becoming like the USSR; it could not omit the law and the science of law as well as the organization of the judiciary. For a historian of law, despite a significant progress of science, there are still many problems to tackle. The author makes an attempt to articulate, emphasise and remind of the facts and law acts requiring a closer investigation and events requiring the analysis.pl_PL
dc.rightsUznanie autorstwa-Na tych samych warunkach 3.0 Polska*
dc.subjecthistory of lawpl_PL
dc.subjectPolish People's Republicpl_PL
dc.titleRok 1950 : nowe prawo Polski Ludowej : problemy badawczepl_PL
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