Witold Jedlicki

Witold Jedlicki (born 9 February 1929 in Warsaw; died 8 September 1995 in Jerusalem) was a Polish sociologist and journalist of Jewish descent, activist of the Crooked Circle Club,[1][2][3] author of Chamy and Żydy[4] ("Oafs and Jews"), in which he described the divisions in the communist Polish United Party Workers’ (Polish: PZPR), including so-called groups of Natolins and Puławianie.[5][6][7]

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Griffith, William E. (2013-10-22). Communism in Europe: Continuity, Change, and the Sino-Soviet Dispute. Elsevier. ISBN 9781483137438.
  2. ^ Jedlicki, Witold (1963). Klub Krzywego Kola (in Polish). Instytut Literacki.
  3. ^ Ost, David (1990-03-02). Solidarity and the Politics of Anti-Politics: Opposition and Reform in Poland Since 1968. Temple University Press. p. 230. ISBN 9780877226550. witold jedlicki.
  4. ^ Jedlicki, Witold (1981). Chamy i Żydy (in Polish). Studenckie Wydawnictwo "Vacat" przy NZS Politechniki Gdańskiej.
  5. ^ says, Marek Witkowski. "Witold Jedlicki, 1929-1995". Retrieved 2019-03-28.
  6. ^ "Witold Jedlicki". Kultura Paryska (in Polish). Retrieved 2019-03-28.
  7. ^ Cieplak, Tadeusz N. Poland Since 1956. Ardent Media.