POLAND: Under the Jackboots I

Out of the wild marshes and the dark forests strode soldiers of Poland's Underground Army. They bore aloft their country's red-&-white flag, marched into the Russian lines, presented "declarations of collaboration" to Red Army commanders: "We meet the forces of the Soviet Union on Polish soil as our co-belligerents in the fight against our common enemy, Germany. We bring to your knowledge that there is in existence in these territories an administration secretly organized by the Polish State under the yoke of German occupation. . . ."

Thus, in London last week,...

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