Historia y cultura de México a los ojos de los polacos (1945-1975)*

  • Barbara Kubiak


The state-based relations between Mexico and Poland had only begun in 1928 when Poland opened Consulate in D.F. Mexico. During the interwar period Poland had limited insight into Mexican culture: the main interest of the Polish audience was in the anticlerical politics of Cardenas. According to Kubiak the years of 1939-1960 saw no recorded interest into Mexican politics in Poland that relates to Cold War politics. Meanwhile, Mexican culture was present in books, newspapers and press. After 1951 a number of films was screened in Polish cinemas. The article presents the results and analysis of a poll that Kubiak conducted where around 800 poles where asked simple questions about Mexican geography and culture.

English abstract/description written by Michał Gilewski

How to Cite
Kubiak, B. (1979). Historia y cultura de México a los ojos de los polacos (1945-1975)*. Estudios Latinoamericanos, 5, 43-69. Retrieved from https://estudioslatinoamericanos.pl/index.php/estudios/article/view/311