POLAND: Soviet Sahib

POLAND Soviet Sahib

Something was up in Szszecin. The former German port, which used to be known as Stettin before it was turned over to Poland at Potsdam, is actually run by the Russians; for the past month, reports have been drifting across the Iron Curtain about street riots by thousands of Poles against their Russian masters. Last week the New York Times's Edward A. Morrow, who did a two-year stint (Jan. '49-Feb. '51) in the Times's Warsaw bureau, got the facts from an eyewitness just arrived in Paris.

On April 9, a Russian...

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