About the most that could be said for the new Polish Government was that in forming it Russia had paid lip service to the Yalta pledges, and given the U.S. and Britain a chance to save face. Last week the U.S. joined Britain in official recognition of the revamped Warsaw government (see FOREIGN NEWS). At the same time Harry Truman named Career Diplomat Arthur Bliss Lane, 51, as U.S. Ambassador to the Poles.

Arthur Lane had been ambassador to the London Poles since September, 1944, when he was named by Franklin Roosevelt in...

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