The Rape of Poland: Pattern of Soviet Aggression

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INDEX

A
AL (People's Army), 49
Albrecht, Jerzy, 232
Alter, Wictor, 25
American Red Cross, 18, 55
Amnesty, of Poles by Russia, 16-18, 20-21, 30, 209-210, 266
Anarchism, 49
Anders, Gen. Władysław, 18, 20-24, 30, 34- 35, 63, 97
Anglo-Polish alliance pact, 51
Anglo-Polish Parliamentary Group, 47
Anglo-Soviet guarantee, 103
Arciszewski, Tomasz, 106-107, 109-110
Atlantic Charter, 18, 27, 45, 47, 70, 74, 77, 97, 137, 254
and Poland, 18-19
and Russia, 18-19, 254
Attlee, Clement, 57, 137, 139
Augustyński, 183
Austria, 6, 117

B
Baczak, 182
Bach, von dem, 69
Badlinski, Lieutenant, 168
Bagiński, Kazimierz, 112, 129, 183-184, 240
Baltic States, 5, 35, 42
Banach, Kazimierz, 239
Bańczyk, Stanislaw, 145-146, 157, 174, 223
Baranowski, 185
Barcikowski, Waclaw, 212
Barlicki, Norbert, 207
Bartkowicz, 149-150
"Batory" (Polish liner), 9
Beck, Józef, 223
Belsen, 122
Beneš, Eduard, 108
Berezowski, Stanislaw, 58
Beria, Laventry, 36, 233
Berlin, 28, 118, 121, 248
Berling, Gen. Zygmunt, 36, 63, 85, 183, 231
Berman, Jakób, 146, 149, 164, 168, 230-232, 255
Bertold, Edward, 107
Bessarabia, 5, 42
Bevin, Ernest, 139, 146
Białowieża Forest, 144
Białystok, 223
Biddle, A. J. Drexel, Jr., 44, 46
Bielsk, 150
Bielsko, 191
Bień, Stanislaw, 129
Bieńkowski, Władysław, 174
Bierut, Boleslaw, 49-50, 76-77, 107, 113-114, 124-125, 127-128, 131, 134, 137, 139, 141-144, 151, 155-157, 160, 168-169, 174-175, 177-178, 187, 203-206, 225, 230, 232
Big Three, 56, 93, 97, 103-104, 114-115, 156, 196, 255
at Berlin, 118
at Potsdam, 119, 136-138, 143
at Teheran, 45, 47, 49
at Yalta, 108-109, 111, 162, 166, 179
and Polish Provisional Government of National Unity, 137-139
Bliziński, Father, 227
Błyskawica radio station, 89
Bochnia, 149, 190
Bogate, 189
Bogomolov, Russian Ambassador, 20, 26, 30, 35
Bogucice, 150
Bojko, 209
Borejsza, Jerzy, 232, 238
Bór-Komorowski, Gen. Tadeusz, 67-69, 76, 78-79, 81, 83, 85-86, 89, 109, 112
Borowiec, Tadeusz, 217
Boy Scouts, 155 in Warsaw, 67
Brest-Litovsk, 144
British Labor Party, 57
Bryja, Wincenty, 186, 199, 240, 243

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