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POLISH ELECTIONS

American Attitude Stated By

Mr. Grew BASED ON YALTA AGREEMENT

Rec. 2

WASHINGTON, July 19.

The acling-Secretary of State, Mr. J. C. Grew, replying by letter to a series of questions, assured Senator Vandenberg that the United States would insist on equal participation if the Polish elections were supervised by any big Power. Concerning the question as to whether American correspondents would be permitted to send uncensored dispatches from Poland, Mr. Grew said the United States expected such permits to be granted in order that the American public might be fully informed. Mr. Grew reiterated that American policy regarding Poland continued to be based on the decisions of the Crimean Conference. Both the late President Roosevelt and President Truman had affirmed that the United States Government stood unequivocally for a strong, free and indeoendent Polish State.

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POLISH ELECTIONS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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POLISH ELECTIONS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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