The article presents and discusses press-related excerpts from Pamietniki (Memoires) by Antoni Gorski (1922-2006), a graduate of the lower secondary school in Krzemieniec, an engineer and a settler. In the summer of 1937, he worked as a paper boy in Gdynia, one of the most rapidly developing Polish cities in the twenty years between the two world wars; it was also around that period that he came into contact with distributors of the Fascist paper 'Falanga'. After the war he was a contributor to 'Wiadomosci Legnickie', a newspaper published in the Recovered Territories which became a local forum for discussions during the thaw of 1956.
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