By G.V. Kacewicz
In this booklet i've got tried to investigate the dilemmas confronting the Polish government-in-exile in London throughout the moment international battle. My major goal has beeen to enquire the particular operation of the Polish govern ment and the final guidelines of the British govt vis-a-vis the Soviet Union insofar as that they had an immediate concerning Anglo-Polish kin. because the amazing conflicts over territorial claims, and, finally, sovereignty, have been among Poland and the Soviet Union, massive consciousness has been dedicated to the connection among the Polish and Soviet governments in the course of a such a lot making an attempt and tough interval of inter-Allied international relations. This paintings covers the interval of operation of the Polish govt on British soil till the resignation of best Minister Stanislaw Mikolajczyk in November 1944. even supposing nice Britain didn't withdraw diplomatic attractiveness from the Polish executive until eventually July 1945, the Arciszewski executive, shaped after Mikolajczyk's resignation, was once as a rule missed by means of nice Britain. as with any next governments, together with that which exists at the present time, Arciszewski's executive functioned basically because the voice of Poland within the West - a central authority of protest.
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66 Even Winston Churchill, Chamberlain's successor, who generally opposed Chamberlain's policies, admitted that he had never precluded the possibility of giving Germany greater satisfaction regarding her frontiers. 67 On April 6, the guarantee was made bilateral and some of the ambiguity removed. Though Chamberlain had envisaged a multilateral arrangement whereby Belgium, Holland and Switzerland would also be protected against German aggression, the British settled for the bilateral agreement with Beck giving assurances that the Polish government would consider protection for Britain's other allies at a later time.
B8 DBFP, 3, VII, pp. 612~13. Lukasiewicz claims that on August 22, his government consented to the passage of Soviet troops, but this information is unsubstantiated. See Lukasiewicz Diaries, DP, November II, 1946. B9 Seeds (Moscow) to Halifax, August 23, 1939, DBFP, 3, VII, No. 164. HISTORICAL SETTING 23 It would seem that Polish intransigence led to the breakdown of negotiations, but this issue was in reality only one of several obstacles. Throughout the whole affair the Soviets introduced increasing demands.
Jones, pp. 192-93. Lord Robert Vansittart, Undersecretary of State and later Chief Diplomatic Adviser to the Foreign Secretary (1938-1941) described the Clivedon Set: "All sorts of pies were fingered at Clivedon ... Among them was a move to 'disarm the Germans by generosity' which found many sympathizers ... Lloyd George too, was a force among the proGermans, as the French had earlier suspected ... " pp. 483-84. 56 Vol. IV: The 150th Anniversary and Beyond: 1912-1948 (London: Written and published at the Office of The Times, (1952), Pt.