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This article is a typical case study one. Author highlights the discoursive practice that were familiar to Polish security officers during their operational work. This practice written in documents shows us that all communists agents from abroad and inside Poland, were qualified not only as Bolsheviks but equaly to this name they were called Jews. Also we may get a deeper understanding of main ideologies and stereotypes that drive Polish society, and even policy at that time. This practice shows also how Polish soldiers and Policemen of security forces, established a link between the conception of reason of the State, and theirs descriptions of people who were under their investigation. All physical aspects of the body were connected to Jewish characteristics, to make the link between communists and Bolsheviks even much stronger as it was in interwar Poland. Obviously for public (common) opinion main enemies at that time for Poland and Polish society were Jews and Bolsheviks.
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