The Rape of Poland

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The Rape of Poland

By Stanislaw Mikolajczyk
Whittlesey House, 1948
309 pp. $4.00

The author, a leader of the Peasant Party, joined Sikorski's London government-inexile and after the war returned to Poland as Deputy Premier. The elections of January 1947 convinced him that Poland was on the verge of complete Sovietization, and he escaped once again to London. This is the story of the tragedy that has overtaken his country during the last ten years, told with restraint and honesty.

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