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Patrick Harrington, National Executive Solidarity Trade Union
Bedworth-based Mr O'Brien, the MP for North Warwickshire, said the pontiff would be remembered as "one of the great figures of our time" who returned to his native Poland in 1979 to support the Solidarity trade union.
This was when the Solidarity trade union represented the most potent internal threat to the Red Mob style of rule.
The former Gdansk shipyard worker, a Nobel Peace laureate and a founder of the Solidarity trade union movement in Poland, spoke of the change from a world of blocs and nation states to one of globalized information, intellect and technology.
Lech Walesa, the founder of Poland's Solidarity trade union, said: 'My life's dream has come true.
Special guests included Lech Walesa, former leader of the Solidarity trade union in the Pope's native Poland.
Events such as the election of Ronald Reagan, the birth of Poland's Solidarity trade union, and the financial insolvency of the Soviet Union would play key roles in the eventual dissolution of the Soviet bloc.
The 58-year-old former leader of the Solidarity trade union said: "I wanted to cause a bit of a fuss over the summer, but my wife Danuta and I realised it wasn't a good idea.
15 Mass in Washington to mark the 20th anniversary of the Solidarity trade union movement.