POLAND: Warsaw to Angers

Out of Paris chuffed last week a special train crammed with statesmen and ambassadors. Speeding through the "Chateau Country" it rolled down the beauteous Valley of the Loire on an extra-special mission. Aboard were nearly all members of the new expatriate "Government of Poland" recently set up at Paris (TIME, Oct. 9).

Just out of hospital, after a severe attack of pleurisy, was President Wladyslaw Raczkiewicz, who sat pale and hollow-eyed watching the telegraph poles flash past. A political neutral, onetime President of the Senate in Warsaw, the ailing President leaves nearly everything to his active Premier, suave, resourceful General...

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