POLAND: Recognition

In Lublin last fortnight the Polish Committee of National Liberation announced that henceforth it was the Provisional Government of Poland. Five days later the Kremlin officially recognized it.

Instantly from London and Washington came cries of dissent. Said London: Russia's action in no way affected the policy of His Majesty's Government toward the Polish Government in Exile. Washington reaffirmed its recognition of the London Poles.

Russia's puppetizing of Poland also drew protests from the U.S. and British press and liberals—but nothing like the hubbub they made when Prime Minister Winston Churchill attempted...

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