POLAND: Credit & Control

The western Allies had stood up to Russia, insisting on the Yalta agreement that Poland's Warsaw Government be broadened to include representatives of democratic parties. Last week they had the credit for a good deed, and Russia still had control of the broadened Warsaw Government, which the U.S. and Great Britain somewhat wryly prepared to recognize.

Of the 20 ministers in the revamped Warsaw Government, 13 were members of the former Lublin Government. Of the seven additions, only three (Second Vice Premier Stanislaw Mikolajczyk. Minister of Public Administration Wladyslaw Kiernik and Minister of Labor Jan Stanczyk) had any political stature.

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