POLAND: Gallant Dictator

Six hundred U. S. citizens of Polish blood arrived in Warsaw last week and were received in audience by the "National Hero" and "Dictator" Marshal Josef Pilsudski. Towering and eccentric, the Marshal showed to his visitors a most amiable side of his often petulant and arbitrary character. Perhaps he was touched when one of the pilgrims, Mile. Janusewska, an especially attractive young woman, sank weeping at his feet, overcome at the moment when she was supposed to have made a little speech accompanying the presentation of a handsome gold-handled sabre.

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