POLAND: Order of the Day

The Big Three are not too big to be defied by the London Poles. Last week the flag of defiance was boldly waved by Polish General Wladyslaw Anders, an Allied field commander in Italy. Before Winston Churchill had returned from Yalta, Anders denounced the Crimea verdict. Publicly he declared: "The Government ... in London [is] the only legal Government of the Polish State."

In London, outraged Churchill summoned Anders and took him to task for intransigence in a heated two-hour interview. The London Polish Government responded by appointing the General commander in chief of all Polish armed forces still loyal...

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