University of Warsaw.
He was the minister of culture responsible for the implementation of the Stalinist doctrine in Poland during the darkest period of gross human rights violations committed by the state security forces. During World World War II he escaped to the Soviet Union. After liberation, in 1948 at the Congress of Polish Composers in Łagów he banned jazz, in his four-and-a-half-hour diatribe about the imperialist rot poisoning people"s minds.
He wrote fake memoirs, novels with strong sexual undertones, and was showered with state medals and awards.
Following the socialist thaw of the Polish October revolution, Sokorski headed the Polish radio and television committee of the Polish United Workers" Party in the 1960s, and later, the Miesięcznik Literacki ideological monthly magazine (dismantled in 1990).
Board Warsaw Branch, Polish Writers’ Association, Deputy. National Council of Culture 1982-1990. Central Committee Polish United Workers" Party 1948-1975.
Union Veterans of the Polish Republic and of Former Political Prisoners since 1990.