Foreign News: Our Scotland

Reports from Scotland last week told the mellowing influence of Polish troops on the weather-tempered Scottish character :

> Billeted in Scotland since the fall of France have been some 20,000 Poles who fought first in the Polish Army, then in the French, and now have their own units in the British Army. Learning English, the Poles have taught their hosts enough Polish so that in pubs near the camps even natives are as apt to say "Naz drowie" as "Here's how." And on the streets a Pole's "Good morning" is as likely as not to be answered by "Dzién dobry," with...

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