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Walentynowicz's arrest became an organizing slogan (Bring Anna Walentynowicz Back to Work! She is referred to by some as the "mother of independent Poland." Born in 1929 in Rivne (which is now Ukraine) as Anna Lubczyk, was orphaned during the Second World War and repatriated into Poland.
She began working in the Lenin Shipyard in Gdańsk, Poland in 1950, first as a welder, later as a crane operator.
Lech Wałęsa and others announced the end of the strike.
In early coverage of the Gdańsk strike by Western press, (which was permitted into the shipyard), Anna Walentynowicz is mentioned earlier than Lech Wałęsa.Walentynowicz said: Our aim should not be to secure a somewhat thicker slice of bread today, even if this would make us happy; we must not forget what our real aim is. If we become alive to this duty, there will be no unjustly treated people in our midst, and we, in turn, shall not be treated unjustly.Our day-to-day motto should be: "Your problems are also my problems." We must extend our friendship and strengthen our solidarity.The 'exemplary worker' and 'Hero of Socialist Labor' had become a vocal dissident, because the so-called workers state did not care about its workers.Walentynowicz joined the newly formed WZZ or Free Trade Unions of the Coast in 1978, and in the early 1980s came to symbolize the opposition movement, along with her colleagues from the WZZ, Lech Wałęsa, Andrzej Gwiazda, Bogdan Borusewicz, Alina Pienkowska, the Wyszkowski brothers and Andrzej Kołodziej.
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She also headed the list of the strike committee of the Gdańsk shipyard typed by Lech Wałęsa.