POLAND: Fire-eater

General Sikorski, Polish Minister of War, arrived in Paris. Ringing in his ears were the echoes of Germany's plain assertion that she would seek by pacific means "rectification" of the German-Polish frontier.

In an interview described as "unfortunate," the General let his own voice ring out. He said that, on the east, Poland has an enemy (Russia); on the west, Poland has an enemy (Germany); and on the north, Poland has an enemy (East Prussia, isolated German province). He pointed out that, from the last two places, Germany could launch an attack...

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