INTERNATIONAL: Subdued Optimism

The door of No. 10 Downing Street swung open for Polish Premier Stanislaw Mikolajczyk. Around a large table in the Cabinet Room he sat with Prime Minister Winston Churchil, Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden, others. For an hour he talked of his Washington visit, his five cordial meetings with President Roosevelt. The conference ended in an air of optimism, subdued but real. The men at this meeting really believed that the Polish-Russian feud might soon be ended.

Back from Washington, Mikolajczyk brought President Roosevelt's assurance that he would take the matter up (but do little more)...

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