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The Norwegians wanted help in rediscovering the true value of freedom in their own society as well as to give support to the Polish nation.
In Poland, East Germany and Czechoslovakia, John Williams finds that the 'smiling revolution' was built on an uncompromising search for truth.
For decades Stanislaw Stomma has stood for democracy and new relations with his country's neighbours. He talks to Pierre Spoerri.
In countries that face oppression one can find people possessed of an inner liberty which many of those living in conditions of external freedom have yet to discover.