POLAND: Pilsudski Interviewed

The pressmen sought "gruff and bluff" Marshall Josef Pilsudski, who recently overthrew the Polish Government (TIME, May 24), at his General Staff Headquarters.

Attired in his favorite garment—a faded uniform democratically without rank insignia of any kind—he loomed more than ever the fighter among his impressively and impeccably garmented staff. Peering at the correspondents from beneath his great eyebrows he replied to their request for an interview:

"I am extremely tired. I want nothing but to sleep. For three days I have not slept or...

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