In his narrative, Przemyslaw Lazarowicz (born 1st July 1964 in Wroclaw), who as a teenager was an anticommunist oppositionist, tells us about his antigovernmental activity and his internment under martial law in Poland. He gives a detailed account of his role in a circle of people focused around Kornel Morawiecki, about the circumstances of his internment, his stay in the Provincial Citizens' Militia at Podwale street in Wroclaw, and about being interned in an isolation centre in Grodków. He also devotes a lot of attention to the conditions in which he lived while interned, characterizes some of the internees and describes their mutual relations, as well as rules according to which the centre was run and forms of resistance. A separate part of the narrative describes how Lazarowicz's XIV LO (secondary school) friends and teachers reacted to the fact that he had been interned.
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