A daily Cwiercpetit comes from the period of the ownership transformation of the Torun printing house, which took place at the beginning of the 1950s. The circulation was about 300 copies, and the fact that there is no price given in the paper makes us think that the publication was probably distributed free of charge among the staff of the plant. The publication appeared in May to celebrate the workers' world and it evinces a noticeable political context, which is the evidence of the cult of Bierut and the socialist propaganda in the first years of People's Republic of Poland.
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