POLAND: 30,000 Communists Killed

The new Communist policy of playing footie with former enemies is not getting by without a protest from the grudge boys in the lower party echelons. Last week the Polish provincial Communist newspaper Glos Koszalinski wanted to know who was going to be held responsible for killing Communists now that members of the wartime Polish Free (underground) Army are being pardoned by Warsaw. In making its point, Glos Koszalinski let slip a figure never previously acknowledged by the Communists: since World War II, some 30,000 armed Communist guards have been killed by the Polish Resistance.


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