National Peasant Party

National-Democratic Party (Poland)

Stronnictwo Narodowo-Demokratyczne (The National-Democratic Party) was a political party founded in 1897 by Roman Dmowski to represent the National Democracy movement at elections. It was a political opponent of the Polish Socialist Party. In 1919, when Poland regained independence, the National-Democratic Party was transformed into the National Populist Union. The latter, in turn, was in 1928 renamed Stronnictwo Narodowe (the National Party).

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