WAR & PEACE: Poland Is Not Yet Lost

President Roosevelt proclaimed last week that on Oct. 11 the nation would honor Count Casimir Pulaski.* Thus he reminded the world of U. S. sympathy for Poland, turned U. S. eyes towards the 4,000,000 Polish-Americans settled throughout the land.

Nationwide rallies and memorial services would signalize their Week, beginning Oct. 11, climaxed at week's end by parades. In Poland, no Polish flag yet waves, but in the U. S. the mourners of a dead nation this week marched to their colors, sang with hope their anthem, Poland Is Not Yet Lost.

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