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THE NATIONAL CONSPIRACY CHURCH (KKK)? AN ATTEMPT AT DEFINING A NEW VIEW OF THE ORIGIN AND COOPERATION OF CONSPIRACY CHURCH STRUCTURES WITH THE POLISH UNDERGROUND STATE IN 1939-1945 (Polish title - below)

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{Title in Polish 'Krajowy Kosciól Konspiracyjny (KKK)? Próba zdefiniowania nowego spojrzenia na geneze i kwestie wspólpracy konspiracyjnych struktur koscielnych z Polskim Panstwem Podziemnym w latach 1939-1945). Regardless of Church structures acting openly in the 1939-1945 period, there appeared, as a natural consequence of the existence of the Polish Underground State (Polskie Panstwo Podziemne - PPP), assorted conspiracy Church structures, which despite daily cooperation with the Soviet world remained autonomous and per analogia to the PPP were known as the National Conspiracy Church (Krajowy Kosciól Konspiracyjny - KKK). Similarly to the PPP, the KKK included military pastorate (and its functional structures) and a civilian (secular) core, composed of the Organisation of the Clergy (known as the Legalists), a Commission of the Clergy, a Council of Priests and a Conspiracy Representation of the Episcopate at the Government Delegation for Poland and in the National Unity Council. An analysis of the formation of KKK structures follows analogous principles to those that affected the formation of the civilian structures of the PPP. As in the case of the PPP, we observe a considerable priority of the establishment of structures connected with armed/military conspiracy in contrast to the lay, civilian structures cooperating with the Government Delegation for Poland and its agencies; these processes took place almost a year apart. An analogous tendency as in the secular sphere involved spontaneous initiatives, competition, fragmentation and emulation during the first stages of the occupation. Another factor was the conciliation-inspirational function fulfilled by the clergy, who to a certain extent helped to realise civic initiatives by exchanging information and encouraging the establishment of conspiracy organisations or who simply by their stand served as a source of inspiration. The article considers all phases in the emergence of the National Conspiracy Church.
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  • Krzysztof Jasiewicz, Instytut Studiów Politycznych PAN, ul. Polna 18/20, 00-625 Warszawa, Poland
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