Foreign News: Taps

More as a formality than from any hope of help, the Polish Government in London for the second time in a month appealed to Britain and the U.S. The Polish Home Army (which is loyal to the London Poles) had fought the Germans through five years of underground and guerrilla resistance. It had aided the Red Army. It had suffered grave losses in last fall's Warsaw uprising. Now what the Germans had left of the Home Army was being systematically "liquidated" by the Russians and their puppet Warsaw Government.

The London Poles charged that: ¶Polish Communists, cooperating with the N.K.V.D....

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