Mirosław Domińczyk, a Solidarity trade union leader from Kielce, talks in an 1983 radio interview with the Polish Service of the Voice of America (VOA) about his arrest by the communist regime of General Wojciech Jaruzelski at the beginning of the martial law in Poland. Mirosław Domińczyk describes how the police broke into his apartment during the night on December 13, 1981, talks about the distress of his wife and their young children during the police action, and comments on his stay at various internment camps in which he was held for several months. He was eventually forced to go into political exile in the United States. The interview was recorded by VOA Polish Service correspondent in New York Andrzej Holik.

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