POLAND: Maga. zine

The appearance of the October number of Poland, a monthly magazine published in the U. S. and devoted to serious discussions of the condition of Poland, sent a thrill of ill-concealed horror through stalwart, patriotic Poles resident in the U. S.

On a navy blue cover there appeared not a portrait of Premier Dictator Joseph Pilsudski, or of President Ignatz Moscicki, or of Ignatz Paderewski, or Joseph Conrad, or Tadeusz Andzrezej Bonawentura Kosciuszko but an action picture of Gilda Gray.* "Polish dancer." Poles, incensed, took umbrage at such terpsichorean levity in...

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