Lech Walesa At Solidarity HQ

Polish trade-unionist (and later President) Lech Walesa reads an issue of Newsweek magazine as he sits in his office at Solidarity headquarters, Gdansk, Poland, December 1980. He is reading the December 8, 1980 issue which features the headline 'Challenge to Moscow' along with an inset portrait of him. Beside him is a painting of the Black Madonna of Czestochowa, a Polish icon of protection. (Photo by Chuck Fishman/Getty Images)
Polish trade-unionist (and later President) Lech Walesa reads an issue of Newsweek magazine as he sits in his office at Solidarity headquarters, Gdansk, Poland, December 1980. He is reading the December 8, 1980 issue which features the headline 'Challenge to Moscow' along with an inset portrait of him. Beside him is a painting of the Black Madonna of Czestochowa, a Polish icon of protection. (Photo by Chuck Fishman/Getty Images)
Lech Walesa At Solidarity HQ
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Chuck Fishman / Contributor
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December 01, 1980
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