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August 23, 1980: Deputy Premier Mieczysław Jagielski, as head of the governmental delegation, begins to negotiate with the Gdańsk MKS. August 24, 1980: The Fourth Plenum of the PUWP CC decides to dismiss Premier Babiuch, Deputy Premier Tadeusz Pyka, and trade union chief Jan Szydlak from the Politburo. By now, strikes have spread to many major industrial centers, and 253 factories. August 24, 1980: Józef Pińkowski replaces Babiuch as prime minister. He later promises to implement the Gdańsk, Szczecin, and Jastrzębie agreements.
Humanitarian aid will continue. xlvi December 23, 1981: The NATO countries meet to discuss their options for a response to the declaration of martial law. December 24, 1981: Polish courts hand down the first sentences (3–5 years in prison) to members of strikes committees. December 29, 1981: In a White House statement, President Reagan announces that due to the role of the Soviets in the Polish crisis, the United States will take a more aggressive stance in relations with the USSR. 1982 January 3, 1982: Jaruzelski writes a letter to Soviet leaders expressing gratitude for their fraternal assistance but requesting confirmation of previously agreed deliveries of oil and gas products.
December 11–12, 1981: Solidarity’s National Commission meets in Gdańsk. The agenda reflects a radical attitude and heated rhetoric. Wałęsa watches as the commission takes the drastic measures of calling for free elections for parliament and for a national referendum on Jaruzelski and his government. December 12, 1981: Jaruzelski telephones Brezhnev but is told the Soviet leader is indisposed. He is put through to Suslov. The substance of their conversation is disputed: Soviet officials later say Jaruzelski asked for Soviet assistance in case the operation failed; Jaruzelski maintains he wanted to be sure Moscow considered the operation an internal Polish affair.
Armies of the Middle Ages by Ian Heath