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Meanwhile, Premier Sikorski was in Washington exerting pressure on the
American government.32 Polish pressure played a critical role in removing the
last doubts in London and Washington concerning the necessity for an Allied
Then again, we should almost certainly be overwhelmed with requests from all
the other Allies that we should also redress their grievances in the same way.
This would result in nothing but a series of 'token' reprisals which would not only
Sikorskim Na Obczyźnie, 58; Raczyński, In Allied London, 20 Iff.; Wasserstein,
Britain and the Jews of Europe, 129. 75. Raczyński, In Allied London, 183. 76.
See Lukas, Strange Allies, chap. 5. 77. Raczyński, In Allied London, 213. 78.
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