Foreign News: Pawns

The Big Man in the Kremlin smiled & smiled as the little men in Moscow's old Polish Embassy talked & talked. For two days the Poles from Lublin* called the 1935 constitution fascist, demanded that the London Poles repudiate it, accept the constitution of 1921. For two days the six Poles from London defended the 1935 constitution as the legal basis of their government. If they repudiated it, they would repudiate themselves.

On the second day talk stopped. Off to the plane for Cairo and London dashed Premier Stanislaw Mikolajczyk and his three colleagues. Off...

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