POLAND: Colonels Loosen Up

Ever since great Marshal Josef Pilsudski's death last spring the Polish Government has been a Dictatorship without a Dictator. Last week the politico-military "Pilsudski Colonels," who rule with the kudos of the late Marshal, prudently decided to make some slight concessions to democratic Polish public opinion. Quietly, Colonel Walery Slawek resigned as Premier, was succeeded by his onetime Minister of Interior, Citizen Marjan Zyndram Koscialkowski. not a "Pilsudski Colonel." In the new Cabinet this week most of the Colonels kept their portfolios. But Foreign Minister Colonel Josef Beck, who has...

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