POLAND: National Affront?

For some time the Russian Soviet Government has had as its Minister to Poland whilom aristocratic Prince Obolensky. Although he has several times resigned, his resignations have never been accepted. Last week, however, his Government accommodated him by ordering his recall, allegedly for failing to conceal the propaganda and espionage work of the Warsaw Soviet Legation.

Consequent upon the recall of Minister Obolensky, the Soviet Government enquired of the Polish Government if Peter Voikov, who had accompanied Lenin and Trotzky from Switzerland to Russia in 1917, would be persona grata. As...

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