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Posted September 10, 2011
I've always been puzzled by the claim--frequently seen in books and on the internet--that Britain and the United States connived with the Soviet Union to conceal the atrocity at Katyn Forest. (In that and related massacres, 22,000 Polish military and civilian leaders were shot and buried in mass graves.) In the context of the Cold War that began in 1948, that made no sense. Well, it turns out that the U.S. Congress investigated Katyn in 1951-1952 and published its Findings for the world to read, if only the world would take the time. Here is that report, introduced by a narrative based on a work in progress about the Polish experience in the Second World War. Blue skies! -- Dan Ford
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