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69 This was the view of the anti-German Basler Nachrichten in a leading article pointing to Russia’s real motives in aggravating the dispute. (iv) If the Polish underground army was anti-Soviet in its nature, it was certainly not pro-German in its alignment. It boasted a piquant sense of humour such as only a gallant but long-oppressed people can display. Within a very few days of the German announcement of finding the Katyn graves, the underground army had printed thousands of wall posters, identical in style and language to those posted by the Nazi occupation authorities in the Generalgouvernement of Poland.
Sikorski took it all in good part. He in turn regaled the Governor with stories of his visit to the Middle East, and said how satisfied he was now that he had restored unity to the Polish forces there. ”17 Upon arrival at the Governor’s Palace, Sikorski was quite worn out. He and Lubienski had a brief talk with General Macfarlane over tea, then Sikorski excused himself and retired to his room to lie down. 18 Sikorski suggested to Lubienski that as his work seemed to be virtually complete, he should return to London with him to take fresh orders.
Sikorski told his troops of how Britain had thereupon provided the ships necessary to evacuate the Polish units from France. The “third milestone” had been the Treaty he had signed with the Soviet Union, a treaty dictated by the requirements of state. He added: “I can assure you that we have done nothing that could be construed as a breach of that Treaty. 22 “Poland will do nothing detrimental to the resumption of relations with the Soviet Union,” he said. 24 Poland must look to Britain and America alone to safeguard her independence.
Accident - the Death of General Sikorski by David Irving