Stalin and the Poles

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Stalin and the Poles

By Bronislaw Kusnierz
Hollis, 1949
317 pp. $16.00

Employing the Nuremberg trial categories of crimes against peace, war crimes, and crimes against humanity, this book by the minister of justice in the Bor-Komorowski Government takes the form of indictment against the Soviet leaders for their actions in Poland since 1939. A formidable mass of evidence is presented, though often with no indication of the source.

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