Ruch zetowy w Drugiej Rzeczypospolitej wobec problematyki Polonii
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In this article, based on archival materials, political journalism and press, the conceptions of the “Zet“-Movement related to the problems of the Polish minorities in the world. The “Zet”-Movement was organised by activists of the secret Patriotic Union and the Union of Polish Youth “Zet”. They founded many legal social and political organisations – the Society of Borderland Guard, the Union of People’s Councils, the Polish Western Union, the Union for Reforms of the Republic, the Labour Union of Villages and Towns and the Union of Social Activists. In the Second Republic of Poland the “Zet”-Movement supported Józef Piłsudski’wing of Post-May Camp and tried to create an ideology for this political camp. The activists of this movement declared for democratic system and opposed dictatorship, however they criticised parliamentary system, demanding presidential one. They proposed to suport politically, economically and culturally Polish minorities in the world.