Foreign News: Wham!

Last week Moscow's Pravda slapped down groups among the London Poles and Governor Thomas E. Dewey, both at once. Governor Dewey was attacked for his Pulaski Day speech in Manhattan in which he urged a fair deal for Poland. The Poles were lashed for "dirty, blackmailing machinations."

Said Pravda: "It must be noted that certain political figures in the U.S., instead of exposing these provocateurs, give them full support to inflame their adventurist ambitions. The speech of the Governor of New York, Dewey, at the Pulaski Day demonstration bore precisely such a character."


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