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Defeat in Victory

Defeat in Victory

By Jan Ciechanowski

Doubleday, 1947, 397 pp.

Mr. Ciechanowski served the Polish Government-in-Exile during the war as its ambassador in Washington, but was unwilling to continue under the régime recognized by the Great Powers in the summer of 1945. His account of wartime negotiations with the American and other Allied Governments is understandably one-sided, but it is nevertheless of prime historical importance.