POLAND: Hope for the Vanished

The implication of the week came from the Polish Government in London. Its Deputy Premier Jan Jankowski and 14 other representatives of the pro-London Poles in Poland had not been heard from since accepting a Soviet invitation to palaver about the Yalta agreement and broadening the Warsaw Government. Last week the very vocal London Polish Government, whose communication lines with Poland have been thin since the Red Army liberated the country, came out with a sinister communiqué saying that all 15 had "vanished," implying that the Soviet authorities had rubbed them out.

Tired British Foreign Office officials, who sometimes wish the...

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