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Społeczny Komitet Antykomunistyczny ANTYK (Sygn. 1346/0)

Document | Digitized | Accession Number: 2020.145.1 | RG Number: RG-15.803

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    Selected records collected by the Społeczny Komitet Antykomunistyczny ANTYK (Social Anti-Communist Committee ANTYK). Includes instructions, reports, correspondence, files of members of the Komunistyczna Partia Polski, KPP (Communist Party of Poland), the Polska Partia Robotnicza, PPR (Polish Workers' Party), and the Gwardia Ludowa (People's Guard), propaganda materials, documentation of the Warsaw Uprising of 1944, judgments of special military courts, and reports of the Armia Krajowa (Home Army), and various publications.The materials were collected and hidden in a secret archive-the so-called "Antyk" archive found in Warsaw in 1957 during the reconstruction works of the city.
    Alternate Title
    Social Anti-Communist Committee ANTYK
    inclusive:  1920-1944
    bulk:  1942-1944
    Collection Creator
    Spo?eczny Komitet Antykomunistyczny ANTYK
    The Anti-Communist Social Committee (Antyk) (or "Akcja" Antyk ') was a sub-department formed in November 1943 by the Information and Propaganda Bureau of the Home Army (BiP AK). The main goal of the Anti-Communist Committee was counter propaganda, showing the communist propaganda, the real face of the Soviet system and the true intentions of the USSR towards Poland. Anti-communist information was disseminated in newspapers ("Głos Ludu", "Wolność Robotnicza"), brochures and leaflets issued by the Committee. "Antyk" operated for 9 months, ended its activity at the end of July 1944, at the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising.

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    9,105 digital images : PDF.
    System of Arrangement
    Arranged in six groups: 1. Reports and correspondence of the underground organizations; 2. Reports on the communist and workers movements. 3. Files of members of communist parties; 4 Special Military Court; 5. Reports of conspiratorial organizations; 6. Various publications and Journal of Laws of the Republic of Poland.

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    This material can only be accessed in a Museum reading room or other on-campus viewing stations. No other access restrictions apply to this material.
    Conditions on Use
    Reproduction of more than 100 pages of copies of documents for researchers or other institutions requires a written permission of the General Director of the State Archives of the Republic of Poland. Publication of more than 10 complete documents in an individual work requires the written authorization of the General Director. The Museum may not publish any archival material obtained from the General Director, including specific archives under his control, on the Internet, the World Wide Web, or any other publicly accessible on-line network without the written permission of the General Director. Citation of the materials in any publication must refer to the Museum and the Polish State Archives and must include the name of the archival group and catalogue number of the originals.

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    Holder of Originals
    Archiwum Akt Nowych
    Source of acquisition is the Archiwum Akt Nowych, Poland, Sygn.1346/0. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives received the filmed collection via the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum International Archival Programs Division in Jan. 2020. This is a cooperative project based on the agreement between USHMM and Yad Vashem, Israel.
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