POLAND: The Road from Yalta

Fourteen days after his disappearance in Poland (TIME, Nov. 3), Polish Peasant Party Leader Stanislaw Mikolajczyk turned up in Britain. He had spent 28 months opposing Poland's Communist-run minority, finally fled in fear of his life.

Mikolajczyk's return to Poland, in June 1945, was the first Big Power accomplishment under Yalta's charter. With Mikolajczyk in Britain again, everyone understood that Yalta was indeed, in George Marshall's word, "remote."


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