POLAND: The End?

The Kremlin strategy in the Polish question had been basically simple. It was: to tire out both the London Poles and the Allies by patiently insisting on a solution which the Poles could not accept. Since Russia was in possession and had the power, she could afford patience.

Last week Stanislaw Mikolajczyk tired first, resigned his post as Premier of the Polish Government in Exile. Out of the London Polish Government with him went the Polish Peasant Party, the strongest of the four coalition parties which make it up. President Wladislaw Rackiewicz asked Vice Premier Jan Kwapinski, a Socialist (and...

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