Citizens of almost every European state experienced last week distinct repercussions from the murder of Soviet Minister to Poland Peter Lazarevitch Vojkov at Warsaw (TIME, June 20).
In Poland. The Government of Polish Dictator Josef Pilsudski flatly refused last week, a demand by the Soviet Government that one of its agents be allowed to participate at the trial in Warsaw of Boris Kovenko, the confessed assassin of M. Vojkov. How dared small Poland thus flout great Russia?
Observers thought it certain that Polish Foreign Minister August Zaleski must have...