POLAND: Funeral March?

A big black hearse had already driven up quietly and was standing with its engines idling. It was waiting to carry the Polish Government in Exile into the Potter's Field of history. For in Yalta the Big Three had written a successful finis to the first stage of the social revolution epitomized in Poland's Warsaw Government. By agreeing that the Warsaw Government should be "reorganized on a broader . . . basis with the inclusion of democratic leaders from Poland itself and from Poles abroad," by agreeing to a free Polish election...

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