POLAND: Pilsudski Touted

Marshal Josef Pilsudski, having overthrown the Polish Government by violence (TIME, May 24) and then quixotically refused to accept a higher office than his beloved Ministry of War (TIME, May 31), became last week a living yet piquantly legendary hero about whom "human interest" fabliaux were woven without stint and printed beneath lavish headlines.

Mme. Pilsudski. A chance remark dropped by the Marshal at Warsaw anent his family sent correspondents scurrying to interview his wife (second) at their white stone villa in the village of Suleiopek, 12...

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