POLAND: Pilsudski, Ho!

Poland provides a sort of answer to the nervous Italian question, "After Mussolini, what?" Polish Dictator Josef Pilsudski has been dead since May. but the Polish Dictatorship last week remained serenely alive and firm. Called to vote acceptance or rejection of a Parliamentary slate selected by the Warsaw Government, Poles have just voted acceptance, though 60% of the high-spirited Polish electorate remained away from the polls and three Poles were killed in election shindies. Last week President Ignatz Moscicki, who was to Marshal Pilsudski about what Italy's King is to her Dictator,...

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